Early 20th Century Three Stone OMC Diamond Ring
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A beautiful early-twentieth-century engagement ring, modeled in platinum, whose primary gem is a 1.3 carat old mine cut diamond (H/I, VS1). This beautiful hand-cut diamond has a crisp "star-like" faceting pattern that creates a kaleidoscope effect in the face of the stone; it has the small table, steep crown facets, and open culet that distinguish this beloved old cut. This primary diamond is held in a floating bezel, where it is flanked by a pair of smaller, "chunky" old mine cut diamonds. Further old cut diamonds are bead-set alongside this supporting pair, where they add sparkle to the ring face. This softly-bombe, hand-pierced setting is full of movement and texture— curving sections of cutwork decor (laurel branches) decorate the ring's gallery, along with a series of small precise circles. Linear sections of laurel branch cutwork also decorate the ring's shoulders, where they intersect with a delicate band of engraved feather decor. The carefully balanced elements of this design, combined with its nods to the natural world, give it a serene quality we find especially compelling! Wonderful old mounts like these are becoming a rarity.
c. 1910 - 1920
This ring can be resized (down to US 4, and up to US 8). Resizing for this ring is complimentary (just leave your desired size in the notes at checkout).
Ring face measures approx 10.45 mm; primary diamond (H/I, VS1) measures approx 7.1 x 6.5 mm (carat weight is approx 1.3 carats); accent diamonds (7) measure approx 4 mm - 1.5 mm; diamond CTW is approx 1.88 carats.