Art Deco Era OEC Diamond Spiderweb Filigree Engagement Ring in 18k Gold
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An elegant, Art Deco era engagement ring, modeled in 18k white gold, whose primary gem is a .96 carat old European cut diamond (K, VVS). This soulful, hand-cut diamond is bead-set into the ring's hexagonal face, where it is flanked by two smaller, old mine cut diamonds— these chunky supporters rest in pennant-shaped seats to the East and West. This fine filigree setting features an ornate gallery, whose delicate design resembles a spider's web. Its edges are finished with sparkling milgrain. The ring's shoulders are engraved with folate decor that gives the impression of a single broad leaf. Its slender half-round shank tapers from the shoulder toward the base. This is a crisp, iconic, Art Deco era mount, and the diamond it holds is warm, clean, and very very lively. It would make a lovely engagement ring.
US 5 1/2
This ring can be resized (down to 4 1/2 and up to US 7 1/2). Resizing for this ring is complimentary.
Ring face measures approx 9.2 x 8.2 mm; primary diamond measures approx 6.2 mm (primary diamond carat weight is approx .96 carats); supporting diamonds measure approx 1.5 mm, and are approx .02 carats each; CTW is approx 1 ct; ring shank measures approx 4.9 mm at the shoulder and tapers to approx 1.15 mm at the base.
Diamonds are graded independently, by a GIA graduate gemologist.