In 1932, Coco Chanel started a jewelry revolution when she showed the first-ever Chanel fine jewelry collection alongside her couture presentation. That collection, the only one she designed herself, featured diamond encrusted necklaces, rings and bracelets with celestial motifs of stars, comets and moons. Continuing that couture tradition today is this multi-diamond Cosmos ring from Chanel’s 2012 “1932 Collection” celebrating the house’s 80 years of fine jewelry. This glamorous ring features an abstract design of round, emerald, baguette, pear, princess and trillion cut diamonds set in 18k white gold.
Size 7, can be resized up or down one full size
Approximately 4.01 carats of diamonds, round brilliant cuts weigh 1.23 carats, multi-shaped diamonds weigh 2.78 carats
All diamonds are well matched VVS quality and F-G color