This artful 1930s estate platinum engagement ring will become a symbol of your bond for a lifetime. Glorious rays of light brilliantly disperse from this centered square framed old European-cut diamond. Two rectangular diamond adorned sections extend from the ring middle-point. Feminine diamond topped leaves garnish areas below and above the center diamond. Light open-work designs add to the pretty design. The white diamonds (color F- G) are richly enhanced by the white platinum.
Old European-cut diamonds were mostly cut between 1900 to 1920. The name reflects their cut, not country of origin. Though this diamond cut resembles old mine-cut diamonds, they are distinguished by a rounded girdle, more symmetrical shape and additional facets. Enjoy the beauty of this diamond cut under dim light.
Total Diamonds: 0.38 ct tw
One old European-cut diamond of about 0.26 carat, 4.2 - 4.3 x 2.30mm, Clarity Grade: SI2, Color Grade: G
Ten single-cut diamonds appx 0.12 ct tw, Clarity: VS1-VS2, Color: F, G
Measures: 5/16" north to south, 7/8" left to right, 1/8" height above finger
Hallmarks: no longer visible
Weight: 3.2 Grams