Old Cut Diamond Engagement Ring, Art Deco 18k White Gold Stepped Design.Add to Wishlist
Beautiful diamond engagement ring dating to the Art Deco era. A bright transitional cut diamond is bead set in a square shaped setting. The wider base of the setting, which is lined in milgrain beading, curves up to the diamond. Arched shoulder are set with two single cut diamonds ending in a stirrup design. A pair of shiny, polished white gold strips framing the shoulders are convex, in contrast to the concave arches set with diamonds. This Art Deco era is just so sweet! Circa 1930s.
The band shows some pitting at the sides, between the fingers. This is less noticeable in real life and wouldn't be seen while being worn.
Diamonds: 5 total, centre transitional cut of approx 3 mm and calculated as 0.10 carats. 4 single cuts of approx 1.5 mm to total 0.06 carats. G / H colour, SI clarity as calculated within the limits of the mounting.
Stamped 18K, professionally tested and assessed as 18 carat white gold.
Size: UK - S; US - 9.25; EU - 19,1. This ring can be sized down to M / 6.25 / 16,7 and is not recommended for sizing larger. Sizing available for an additional fee.
Measures approx 6.1 mm wide by 4.1 mm deep. 1.4 mm wide band.
Weighs 1.75 grams.