This fabulous, sparkly, Art Deco diamond cluster ring is just waiting for the words 'I do'. If you're looking for the ring that will make her jaw drop, the one that will make her say, not 'yes' but 'yes, yes, a thousand times yes', than look no further! You've looked long and hard to find the perfect woman, and now you've found the perfect ring!
This gorgeous Art Deco diamond engagement ring was made in England around 1930. The elegant all diamond platinum set cluster has a transitional old European cut at it's center surrounded by a glittering halo of eight smaller old European cuts. It is accented on the tapered milgrained platinum shoulders with an additional six single cuts. The center stone is a .5-.65 carat stone that is H color and I1 clarity, the 8 surrounding stones are G-H in color and I1 in clarity and the total diamond weight in this ring is about 1.5 carats. In excellent condition, this stunning Art Deco ring weighs 3.0 grams, tests as 18k gold with a platinum setting and is currently a US size 7 and 3/4 though it could easily be sized up or down several sizes.
This ring comes with a full appraisal done by an independent Master Gemologist and is appraised at a value of $8,500.00.
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