Architectural Art Deco Era Engagement Ring with 1.3 Carat OMC Center in Platinum
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An elegant, Art Deco era engagement ring, modeled in platinum, whose primary gem is a 1.31 carat old mine cut diamond. This lively, central diamond (K-L/SI2) is held in four sets of double prongs. It is supported by a bevy of single cut diamonds, that add sparkle to the ring's intricate shoulders and gallery. This modified cathedral setting features split shoulders that are decoratively bound with diamond-set garters, and fine, hand-engraved, wheat-motif details. We especially love the ring's clean, architectural presence, and the way it reveals its fine details upon close inspection. This has a significant presence in wear. Its half-round ring shank tapers toward the base.
1930 - 1940
US 6. This ring can be resized; resizing for this ring is complimentary.
Ring head measures approx 8.2 mm; shank measures approx 5 mm at the shoulder and tapers to approx 1.9 mm at the base; rise is approx 5.8 mm; central diamond actual weight is 1.31 carats (CC is K/L, SI2); CTW is approx 1.58. Diamonds are independently graded by a GIA graduate gemologist.