GIA report certified fancy yellow 1.20-carat old European-cut diamond and platinum Art Deco solitaire engagement ring circa 1925. *
ABOUT THIS ITEM: #A8099. Scroll down for specifications. The GIA fancy yellow color and VVS2 clarity gradings are indicators of a high-quality diamond. Moreover, the stunning Art Deco 1.20 carat fancy yellow color diamond engagement ring is a delightful departure from the white diamond sought by everyone. Alternately, this is the perfect choice for someone wanting to declare that they refuse to follow the herd. Opting instead to go along with the trailblazers defining their lives by their actions and choices. Noteworthy is the excellent condition of the platinum mounting. Both the chase work and milegrain are crisp and well-defined. Additionally, keep in mind that a wedding band or a pair of diamond eternity ring guards always fit well and will look absolutely fabulous with a setting such as this.
PRIMARY DIAMOND: one old European-cut diamond weighing 1.20 carat, accompanied by GIA report number 522144321 stating that the diamond is natural fancy yellow color, VVS2 clarity.
ADDITIONAL DIAMONDS: fourteen old European-cut diamonds totaling approximately 0.20 carat, approximately H color, SI clarity.
WEIGHT: 3.4 grams.
RING SIZE: approximately 6 ¾.
MEASUREMENTS: ¼” (6 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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