Art Deco Era 1.38 Carat OMC Diamond Engagement Ring in 18k Gold
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An Art Deco era engagement ring, whose 18k white gold setting is an opulent filigree, resplendent with delicate engraving and fine milgrained details. The ring's four, tab-style prongs hold a beautiful 1.38 carat old mine cut diamond--- this diamond is bright, lively and subtly cushion-shaped. A pair of french cut emeralds decorate the ring's shoulders. The filigree decor, which includes three-celled arches and and a basket-like gallery, is fresh and crisp, as are the wheat motif engravings that decorate the ring's prongs, shank and shoulders. Wheat is a traditional design motif in engagement rings— because it symbolizes both fertility and productivity, it carries within it hopes for a fruitful partnership.
c. 1920 - 1930
US 6 1/2. This ring can be easily re-sized; resizing for this ring is complimentary. Please mention your desired size in the notes at checkout.
Central diamond is 1.38 carats; color grade is F/G; clarity is I1 (there is an inclusion in the table that can be easily seen with a loupe).