1940s Three Stone OMC Diamond Engagement Ring
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A striking, 1940s, three-stone engagement ring, modeled in platinum, whose central, old mine cushion cut diamond is flanked by a pair of antique triangle cuts. The old mine cut diamond is vibrant, with flashing, slightly-irregular facets, a small table, and a large open culet. The antique triangles are bright and sparkly, with many, slender, ray-like facets and tiny, open culets. These charming hand-cut diamonds are set close together, in clean-line baskets, where they are held in separate prongs. The ring's shank is styled with a pinched, cathedral shoulder, which widens (like a ribbon) toward the base. We love the clean lines of this setting— it allows the diamonds to "float" on the hand. This is beautifully and substantially made.
US 6 1/4
This ring can be resized (down to size US 5 and up to US 8). Resizing for this ring is complimentary; please leave your desired ring size in the notes field at checkout.
Ring face measures approx 15.6 x 6.3 mm; old mine cushion cut diamond (J/SI1) is 1.05 carats (known weight); triangle diamonds (2, H/I, VS-SI) are approx .35 carats, each; shank measures approx 1.4 mm at the shoulder and widens to approx 2.1 mm at the base; rise is approx 5.8 mm.