The bride-to-be who dreams of ?something a little different? will love this vintage engagement ring! Created in high purity 18k white gold, this Art Deco piece dates from circa 1920?s-1930?s, an era that celebrated innovative designs and meticulous craftsmanship. The centerpiece of the ring is an Old Mine Cut natural diamond solitaire with .19 carat weight, SI1 clarity, and K color. Four beaded prongs hold the diamond securely in place in a raised, double-tiered bezel that is ported from the underside so that light flows freely through the stone for enhanced brilliance and sparkle. A polished trellis adorns the top and bottom of the mounting to give the ring visual interest from any angle, and diamond-cut detailing on the shoulders and sides of the ring reveal its Art Deco provenance. The narrow shank is smoothly polished and contoured to ensure a comfortable fit on your bride?s finger. The ring is in excellent condition and has been professionally tested to verify its 18k gold purity. Enchanting as an engagement ring, this piece would also make a meaningful anniversary gift for the woman you would marry all over again!
This ring is a size 7, but it can be re-sized up 3 sizes for a $30 fee or down 3 sizes for a $20 fee. Once a ring is re-sized, we guarantee the work but we are unable to offer a refund on the sizing. Please contact for additional sizing options.
Metal Content: Guaranteed 18k Gold as tested Diamond Clarity: SI1 Diamond Color: K Stone Shape: Old Mine Cut Stone Information: 0.19ctw Face Height: 1/4" (6.2mm) Rise Above Finger: 7/32" (5.7mm) Weight: 2 Grams