Over 1.5 carats of Old European diamonds make this unusual 1930s Art Deco diamond ring come to life. This spectacular estate platinum diamond ring makes an amazing diamond dinner right hand ring or a unique wedding ring. Centered are two matched Old-European diamonds (G-H color) accented by the brilliance of six smaller Old European Diamonds. The two center diamonds represent the bond of the couple. This wide, geometrically shaped ring has beautiful openwork designs. An interesting balance in beauty is reflected by the combination of diamonds mounted in triangular granular settings and diamonds mounted in leafy beaded mountings. Delicate engraved flowers add femininity and style. This stunning ring is finished with exquisite millegrain accents. This large estate wedding ring is mounted in heavy platinum.
Old-European diamonds were frequently used in the 1920s and 1930s. They were the transitional diamond cut used after Old-Mine Cut diamonds and before the modern brilliant-cut diamond. They offer a special, romantic glow under candlelight.
Total Diamond Weight appx: 1.56 ct tw
One round European-cut diamond of appx 0.50 carat, measuring appx 5.25 x 2.98mm, Clarity Grade SI1, Color: H
One round European-cut diamond of appx 0.41 carat, measuring appx 4.90 x 2.8mm, Clarity Grade: I2, Color: I
Six round European-cut diamonds of appx .10 to .12 carat each, appx 0.65 ct tw, Clarity Grade: VS1-VS1, Color Grade: G,H
Measures: 1" left to right, 5/8" north to south, 1/4" height above finger
Hallmarks: 100IRID, PLAT
Weight: 6.5 Grams