Art Deco Era Bezel & Pennant 1.09 Carat Diamond Engagement Ring in Platinum
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A striking Art Deco era engagement ring, modeled in platinum, featuring a 1.09 carat transitional cut diamond. This lovely central gem (F/SI1) rests in a slim milgrain bezel. It is supported by a bevy of smaller diamonds (both early modern brilliant cuts, and old mine cuts), that fill up both sides of the ring's ornate gallery, and decorate its open-work face. We especially love the diamond-set, cutaway, forked-pennant decor that flanks the primary diamond, like a pair of prim little collars. This motif is repeated in the ring’s sparkling gallery, where it is reminiscent of a widow's peak. This low-profile antique engagement ring is a real smokeshow— it glitters, fiercely. The slender half-round ring shank tapers toward the base. Marked "pt" for purity.
c. 1930 - 1940
US 5 3/4. This ring can be resized; resizing for this ring (up to US 7 3/4 and down to US 4 3/4) is complimentary.
Ring face measures approx 9.85 mm; central diamond measures approx 6.5 mm (weight is approx 1.09 c); diamond CTW is approx 1.87 c; ring shank measures approx 5.2 mm at the shoulder and tapers to approx 1.5 mm at the base; rise is approx 4.7 mm. Diamonds are independently graded by a GIA graduate gemologist.