A beautiful addition to your home, which we promise will be a conversation starter!
See it as an aesthetic source of knowledge that will guide you in the world of gemstones.
An antique diamond is an exceptionally sustainable and durable choice of gemstone. An antique diamond does not lead to any new environmental stresses in the mining process nor in the other parts of the production chain. This stands in contrast to the natural diamond — as well as the synthetic diamond industry.
The cutting technique to create a round antique diamond was invented in the 1870’s, and is now known under the name Old European Cut. However, it was not until the Art Deco era in the 1920’s that diamonds became the most sought-after gemstone in Europe and the United States. During the 1940’s, the cutting technique developed and the diamonds began to become more and more similar to the modern brilliant cut. These in-between cuts are commonly known as transitional cut diamonds. The predecessor to the Old European Cut is the Old Mine Cut, which was prevalent from the mid-1800s until the early 1900’s. The Old Mine Cut is probably the oldest recognized cut type we know of today.
This poster is made in a small printing house in Vasastan, Stockholm.
It measures 40x50 cm.
The colour is antique white.
Choose to order the poster with or without frame.
There are two choices of frames. Both are made from oak wood and measure 41 cm, so you have a decorative free space of 0,5 cm on each side of the poster. The frames are magnetic and easy to take on and off. The choices are:
Two loop screws attached to the frame with a light brown faux suede band to tie.
A dark string attached to the frame.
This poster is printed as per-your-order and the printing + shipping time is approx 1 week for Swedish orders. For international orders, prepare for a few extra days for shipping.