A vintage engagement ring is a wonderful way to carry forward the time-honored values of true love and lifetime devotion! Dating from circa 1920?s-1930?s, this exquisite Art Deco engagement ring is fashioned in platinum, a precious metal prized for its strength and enduring beauty. The face of the ring showcases an European cut natural diamond solitaire with an impressive 1.12 carat total weight. Four sturdy prongs hold the diamond securely in place in a ported mounting that allows light to flow through the stone for enhanced brilliance and sparkle. Stairsteps adorned in single cut diamonds with a combined .25 carat total weight descend from the solitaire to merge into the shank. The decorative frieze on the exterior of the shank and the wheat chain detailing on the top and bottom of the band reveal the ring?s Art Deco provenance. In excellent condition, this exquisite ring comes with a GIA Diamond Grading Report that provides additional information regarding the diamond solitaire.
This ring is a size 7. Please contact us for a quote on re-sizing this ring. 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 Platinum as stamped Diamond Clarity: SI1 (solitaire); SI1 - SI2 (accents) Diamond Color: J (solitaire); H - I (accents) Solitaire?s Shape: European Cut Stone Information: 1.37ctw Face Height: 9/32" (6.5mm) Rise Above Finger: 9/32" (6.6mm) Weight: 4.3 Grams