Description: WOW! That's the first thing you say when you see this beautifully detailed Art Deco platinum (stamped and tested) diamond ring. The ring has three (3) old European-cut diamonds that are bead-set across the top, and four (4) single-cut diamonds, that are also bead-set between the larger diamonds. The shoulders and shank of the mounting are hand engraved and the under gallery has highly detailed filigree. The workmanship on this ring is superior and the pictures do not do it justice. This ring would make any girl say "yes" to the proposal!
Period: Art Deco (1920-1935), this ring is circa 1920.
Information: Please note that I shot a photo of the ring with a diamond wedding band, and it is NOT included.
Measurements/Size: 7.0 millimeters (mm) top center, 4.5 mm at the shoulders, and 1.5 mm at the bottom center of the shank. The finger size is 6.5 and CAN be sized up or down. The gross weight of the ring is 4.23 grams.
Condition: EXCELLENT, no repairs, breaks.
The diamonds are: Three (3) old European-cut diamonds - Center - .96 carats, clarity SI1, color L. Side diamonds - .91 carats clarity SI1, K, and .53 carats, clarity SI1, color K, with an approximate total diamond weight of 2.40 carats. The four (4) single-cut diamonds are approximately 1.7 mm each and weighing approximately .02 carats each, with a combined weights of .08 carats.
The approximate total combined diamond weight is 2.48 carats.
NOTE: All weights of stones are measured in the mounting and are calculated by formula, they are approximate weights. If stones are removed and weighed directly on the scale, it will be stated as, "per balance".
Art Deco Platinum Three Stone Diamond Engagement Ring