Art Deco Era Filigree Web Diamond Cluster Ring with Fleur de Lis in Platinum
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An Art Deco era, diamond cluster ring, modeled in platinum, with a gently-bowed, diamond-shaped head. This ring is visually delicate— its central decor is a fine, hand-pierced series of scalloped cells that gives the impression of a spiderweb, or perhaps of layered feathers. Fleur de lis shaped seats are posted at the ring's cardinal points (NSEW); each of these is set with single cut diamonds diamonds, and a handful of smaller, single cut supporters sparkle around the perimeter of the ring face. The primary diamond (a 1/3 carat transitional cut) rests, suspended in a milgrain bezel, at the center of our web. This is low profile and very comfortable in wear— it is made to hug the finger. The ring's slender half round shank tapers toward the base. As with most intricate, white metal, Art Deco era rings, this is much lovelier in hand!
US 6 1/4. This ring can be resized; to add resizing to your order (up to US 8 1/2 and down to US 5) visit our services section.
Ring face measures approx 15.95 mm; central diamond measures approx 4.5 mm; central diamond (F/G, I) CW is approx .36; supporting diamonds measure approx 2 mm (4) and 1.5 mm (10); diamond CTW is approx .65 carats.