GIA 1.19 carat diamond engagement platinum ring circa 1950. Centering upon a round brilliant-cut diamond weighing 1.19 carats, accompanied by a report from GIA stating that the diamond is H color and VS2 clarity, between shoulders set with six smaller similarly cut diamonds totaling approximately 0.40 carat, approximately G – H color and VS clarity, mounted in platinum. We love that this is a classic seven-stone diamond engagement ring with a very nice big diamond in the middle of it. And that diamond comes with a very good grading report from GIA, H color and VS2 clarity. Wow! What is there not to love about that? We also like the low profile and sturdy construction of the platinum mounting and that all the side diamonds are matched in color and clarity to the star of the show, the big one! All in all this is very good quality. Very pristine condition consistent with age and wear. Imagine how Happy you will make that Very Special Person (VSP) in your life by gifting this awesome diamond engagement ring as a token of your love. It will make you happy too. Knowing that you have chosen with love in mind. For over three decades Jacob’s Diamond & Estate Jewelry has been in the business of making people happy by selling a carefully curated collection of antique and estate jewelry. That is what it is all about.
RING SIZE: 5 ¾, can be sized.
CENTER DIAMOND: GIA graded H color VS2 clarity.