Art Deco GIA report certified 1.15 carats old European-cut diamond sapphire and platinum engagement ring circa 1925. *
ABOUT THIS ITEM: #R-DJ629G. Scroll down for specifications. The design resembles an exotic flower plucked from the garden of sparkling sensations. Like petals, an arrangement of triangular blue sapphires frames the old European-cut diamond in the center, augmenting its brilliance and prominence in the mounting. It is a bright stone that commands attention all by itself. A frosting of smaller and similarly cut diamonds intensifies the utter beauty of the ring. And it is noteworthy that the ring has substance despite its delicate appearance and low profile. Authentic Art Deco diamond engagement rings such as this become rarer with each passing day, more unique, and in ever-increasing demand.
PRIMARY DIAMOND: one old European-cut diamond weighing 1.15 carats, accompanied by GIA report number 2225540754 stating that the diamond is J color, VS1 clarity.
OTHER DIAMONDS: eight old European-cut diamonds totaling approximately 0.25 carat, approximately H-I color, SI clarity.
WEIGHT: 4 grams.
RING SIZE: approximately 6 ¼, can be sized.
MEASUREMENTS: approximately 9/16” (14 mm) wide vertical to the fingernail.
CONDITION: high magnification photographs show considerable design details, and that the item is in good condition, all consistent with age and wear.
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