Seven diamonds shine in this ladies estate engagement ring. This round floral bouquet ring pulls seven diamonds together in a simple white gold mounting. Lightly scalloped edges bring a special feminine touch to this engagement or right hand diamond ring. Circle filigree designs embellish the underside of this bridal ring.
Flower bouquet engagement rings first became popular during Martha Washington's time, though during this time rose-cut diamonds were used. They are set with a center diamond that is slightly larger than the surrounding diamonds and are recognized by their appearance to a bunch of flowers bundled together.
Seven brilliant-cut diamonds of about 0.025 to 0.03 carat each, appx 0.20 carat weight (1/5 ct tw)
Measures: 3/8" diameter, 3/8" height above finger
Hallmarks: C R in a joined circle trademark design, 14K
Weight: 3.6 Grams
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