Art Deco Era Fleur De Lis OMC Diamond Cluster Ring in 18k & Platinum
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An elegant, early Art Deco, diamond cluster ring with Edwardian sensibilities, modeled in 18k white gold with a platinum top. This glamorous, low-profile ring covers the finger like a rounded, tapering shield. It features lovely, hand-pierced decor, that covers the shield-like ring face from edge to edge— the central decor element, here, is a shapely fleur de lis. A trio of chunky old mine cut diamonds are set, horizontally, in bezels, at the center of this fleur de lis, and a bevy of bead-set OMC and single cut diamonds add sparkle to the ring's broad, white face. All cutwork edges are finished with a fine, lively milgrain. This ring is extremely flattering in wear! Marked for purity. CTW is approx .80 carats. The three primary diamonds are approx .15-.17 carats each.
US 8. This ring can be resized; to add resizing to your order (up to US 9 3/4 and down to US 6 1/2) please visit our services section.
Ring face measures approx 19.4 x 21.6 mm; shank measures approx 3.4 mm at the shoulder and tapers to approx 1.9 mm at the base; central diamonds (3) measure approx 3.5 mm and are approx .15 - .17 carats, each; CTW is approx .80 carats.