A vintage engagement ring is a wonderful way to carry forward the time-honored traditions of true love and devotion. Dating from the Art Deco Era, circa 1920’s-1930’s, this 18k white gold ring features five natural diamonds and two synthetic sapphires. The ring’s centerpiece is an European cut natural diamond solitaire with .16 carat weight. Prong-set in a polished white gold bezel, the solitaire is ported from the underside for enhanced brilliance and sparkle. A filigreed trellis adorned with four single cut diamonds and the two lab-created sapphires wraps around the face of the ring and flows onto the sides of the band as they merge into the shank. Together, the four diamond accents have a combined .06 carat total weight. Smoothly polished and contoured for comfort, the interior of the shank bears an 18k gold purity stamp. Please note that the ring is in excellent vintage condition, though slight wear on one side of the band reveals its previously loved status.
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 18k Gold as stamped Diamond Clarity: VS1 (solitaire); SI1 - SI2 (accents) Diamond Color: I (solitaire); G - H (accents) Diamond Shapes: European Cut & Single Cut Stone Information: 0.22ctw Face Height: 13/32" (9.6mm) Rise Above Finger: 9/32" (6.6mm) Weight: 2.3 Grams