Simply irresistible. Over 1 1/3 carats of diamonds in this estate platinum engagement ring create a vision she will always treasure. Light disperses in all directions from this fine center old round European-cut diamond (1.13 carat, Color: G - H, Clarity: SI1). Extending from the heart of this ring are two horizontally mounted baguette diamonds. Ten single cut diamonds elegantly frame the edges of this durable mounting. Light engraving and platinum open work adds to the beauty. This estate diamond engagement ring or ladies right hand ring is crafted in platinum.
Old European-cut diamonds were cut in the early 1900s. Known as the transitional diamond between old miners and brilliants, they are recognized by a rounded girdle, a slightly raised crown and fewer facets. Experience their special light dispersion in dim or candle light.
Total Diamonds: 1.43 ct tw
One round European diamond of about 1.13 carat, appx 6.85 -6.87 x 3.92mm, Clarity Grade: SI1, Color Grade: G, H
Ten single cut diamonds of about 0.02 ct each, appx 0.20 ct tw, Clarity: VS1 - VS2, Color: G, H
Two straight diamond baguettes of about 0.05 carat, appx 0.10 ct tw, Clarity: VS1 - VS2, Color: G, H
Hallmarks: CERTIFIED. For Katz and Ogush, Inc. New York, NY, first noted in Jewelers Magazine in 1922
Weight: 4.3 Grams
Circa: 1920s - 1930s
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