Art Deco Era Emerald & Diamond Engagement Ring with Geometric Epaulettes in Platinum
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An elegant Art Deco era engagement ring, modeled in platinum, whose primary gem is an especially nice, 3/4 carat, faceted, natural emerald. This vivid central gem (oval) is mounted in a four-prong basket. A pair of decorative, chevron-shaped epaulettes frame the emerald. These shoulder embellishments are really charming— each is composed of three diamond-shaped, diamond-set plaques that sit at staggered heights, coming together to create the chevron shape. Below this arrangement of gemstones, the ring's gallery is graceful, with curling wirework and a central, heart-shaped element. The ring's substantial shank widens subtly toward the base. This ring is marked for purity. It would make a lovely engagement ring, for an emerald-loving bride.
US 5. This ring can be resized; resizing for this ring ( up to US 7 and down to US 4) is complimentary.
Ring head measures approx 7.65 x 13.5 mm; emerald measures approx 7 x 5 mm (CW is approx .75 carats); rise is approx 5.9 mm; shank measures approx 1.7 mm at the tapered point of the shoulder, and approx 2.2 mm at the base; chevron epaulettes measures approx 6.3 mm (north/south); diamonds (6) measure approx 1.5 mm; diamond CTW is approx .10.