Trabert & Hoeffer with Mauboussin ruby and diamond cocktail ring, American, circa 1939.


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Ruby and diamond cocktail ring by Trabert & Hoeffer in collaboration with Mauboussin, American, circa 1939. A yellow gold and platinum ring with heavy split bezel set with a central cluster of seven oval cabochon rubies in platinum claw settings with an approximate total weight of 7.00 carats, on a rectangular platinum topped gold base set with sixteen round old cut diamonds in bead settings, set to top and bottom with single rows of groups of three round old cut diamonds in platinum topped gold bead settings, for a total of twenty eight round eight cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 0.70 carats, flanked by conforming stepped shoulders, and a yellow gold tapered shank, marked T & HM.

The New York jewellery firm of Trabert & Hoeffer worked in close collaboration with the French jewellery house of Mauboussin from 1936 to 1956. In particular they created a line of jewels in 1939 which closely resemble this piece (examples of which are pictured in Art Deco Jewelry, Thames and Hudson, 2009).

Ring size guide: L

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