This estate early 1900s platinum diamond engagement ring is simply beautiful. Brightly shining from the center is a 1/2 carat old European diamond (0.55ct, VS2, G). This 1930s platinum engagement ring has four split prongs to hold this diamond, while creating a square shape. The top part of this ring shank is adorned by six bright side diamonds. This estate diamond engagement was made in platinum.
Platinum is the strongest metal used to make jewelry. Platinum is recognized as the true white metal. 10% iridium, a member of the platinum metal group, is added to platinum to make it easier for jewelers to make jewelry.
Old European diamonds were mainly cut from 1900s to 1920s. This diamond cut is recognized by a rounded girdle, higher crown and open culet. These diamonds are cherished for their beauty and their romantic glow in candlelight.
Total Diamond Measurement: appx 0.61 ct tw
One round European-cut diamond of about 0.55 carat, appx 5.36 - 5.42 x 3.10mm, Clarity Grade: VS2, Color: G, slight rough edge to girdle
Six single cut diamonds of about 0.01 carat each, appx 0.06 ct tw, Clarity Grade: VS1, Color Grade: F, G
Hallmarks: not visible
Engagement Ring Weight: 1.9 Grams
Measures: 3/4" left to right, 3/16" north to south (5.42mm), 3/16" height above finger (4.11mm)
This estate old European diamond platinum ring is in very good condition.