Antique OEC Diamond Crown Ring with Pearl Halo in 14k Gold
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A darling, early-20th-century ring, modeled in rosy 14k yellow gold, whose central, old European cut diamond is set in a milgrained, platinum bezel, where it is surrounded by a halo of seven, natural, silvery-white half-pearls. The ring's shank is substantially made and is decoratively split at the shoulder— it tapers somewhat toward the base, and has an elegant knife-edge profile. The ring’s scalloped cut-work gallery imparts a crown-like aesthetic, especially when taken together with the circular shape of the head and the ring's low profile. As always, we love diamonds and pearls, together. This would make a very sweet engagement or commitment ring.
US 7 3/4. This ring can be resized; to add resizing to your order visit our services section.
Ring head measures approx 10.5 mm; shank measures approx 6.3 mm at the shoulder and tapers to approx 19 mm at the base; diamond measures approx 3 mm and weighs approx .12 carats; pearls (7) measure approx 2.5 mm.