You will take her breath away with this stunning Retro ring! This ring dates from the 1940’s - 1950’s, and displays the meticulous craftsmanship characteristic of that era. Created in 14k white gold, this piece features a European cut solitaire diamond surrounded by a myriad of shimmering diamond accents. The solitaire has an impressive 1.10 carat weight, I1 clarity, and J color. The sides of the center stone are embellished with two round brilliant cut diamonds, which have SI1 - SI2 clarity and I - J color. The three center stones are prong set, and the open design of the face allows them to be easily viewed and admired from all angles. Four sweeping bands frame the center arrangement, and each curved row is set with a sparkling array of natural diamonds. In an alternating pattern, the frame features channel set rows of single cut diamonds and baguette cut diamonds. The high quality diamonds have VS1 - VS2 clarity and I - J color. The accent diamonds in this ring have a combined .54 carat total weight, and offer a brilliant display. All the diamonds are prong-set in gleaming white gold and ported from the undersides to allow the free passage of light through the stones. The gleaming white gold band has a smoothly polished finish and is contoured for a comfortable fit. She will be thrilled to wear this gorgeous vintage ring! This piece will make a perfect engagement or cocktail ring. No matter what the occasion, its timeless design and show-stopping beauty will last for a lifetime. A 14k stamp inside the band attests to the gold purity composition.
This ring weighs 3.8 grams. The face measures 1/2" (13mm) tall, and it has a table height of 9/32" (7.1mm).
This ring is a size 5, but it can be re-sized up or down 3 sizes for a $25 fee. Once a ring is re-sized, we guarantee the work, but are unable to offer a refund on the sizing. Contact us for sizing up or down more than three sizes.
This ring has been professionally cleaned and is ready for immediate wear!
We guarantee this ring to be 14k gold as stamped. Please check out the enlarged pictures.