Edwardian OEC Diamond Double Row Ring
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An Edwardian era engagement ring, modeled in 14k rosy yellow gold and platinum. This low-profile ring features eight, chunky, old European cut diamonds, which are arranged in a double row across its face. These two rows of four diamonds are set in platinum, in a combination of beads and prongs, giving the ring face a sparkling, all-white appearance. The ring's shank and undercarriage are beautifully carved and cast in rosy yellow gold— little stars hide in the undercarriage, where they rest against the hand, and sweet single-leaves decorate the ring's curled split shoulders, where they connect to a pair of smaller, old European cut, accent diamonds. The ring's gallery is decoratively pierced; its shank is nipped below the shoulder and broadens, like a ribbon, toward the base.
We love the garland-like quality of this ring— it lies atop the finger like two rows of flowers! The diamonds here are especially white and clean for the period (G/H/I, VS1-SI1), and they make a big, beautiful impression. This ships with a third party appraisal, written by a GIA graduate gemologist.
US 6 3/4
This ring can be resized (down to size US 5 and up to size US 8 3/4). Resizing for this ring is complimentary; please leave your desired ring size in the notes field at checkout.
Ring face measures approx 19.6 x 9.8 mm; shank measures approx 7.25 mm at the shoulder and approx 2.4 mm at the base; primary diamonds (8) are approx .43-.33 carats each; accent diamonds (2) are approx .07 carats each; diamond CTW is approx 3.87 carats; diamond color range is G/H/I, clarity is VS1-SI1.