This spectacular Art Deco engagement ring was recently procured at an estate located in Summit, New Jersey. All stones are round and mine cut and have the most amazing color display when light is introduced. Material used is 14k yellow gold with all diamonds placed in 14k white gold. This method of using white gold to set diamonds was used starting circa 1912 and gained in popularity within the 1920’s.
The center stone has been placed in a bezel setting and measures 4.75 mm’s, using a gemstone conversion chart equates to approximately a .40 carat stone. Each side diamond is placed in a marquis shaped exterior and are approximately 3 mm’s equal to a .11 carat stone. These stones are set using the surrounding gold. The halo diamonds are full cut with just one tiny stone showing some wear using my loupe.
On the inside part of the shank is clearly marked ‘14K’, has been tested and will be guaranteed. Ring size is 5 and due to the open back construction should fit a 5 ¼ and perhaps up to a 5 ½. If not the correct size may easily be re-sized by your local or family jeweler. Total weight of this gorgeous piece of jewelry is 2.88 grams.
This ring will make a brilliant and dazzling display of fire when light is introduced and most probably was previously used as an engagement ring.
Art Deco Triple Diamond Halo 14k Yellow White Gold Ring