Art Deco diamond platinum and gold ring circa 1925. *
ABOUT THIS ITEM: #R-DJ817D. Scroll down for specifications. The shield-shaped design is frosted on the top with both single-cut and old European-cut diamonds, allowing its low profile to shine and sparkle with intensity depending on the light where it is viewed. In addition to the diamonds, the ring is embellished with a good amount of milegrain and pierced work typical of Art Deco jewelry. This is a unique ring that feels comfortable on the finger and will undoubtedly receive showers of compliments when you wear it.
DIAMONDS: eight single-cut and old European-cut diamonds totaling approximately 0.40 carat, approximately H-I color, VS-SI clarity.
METAL: platinum and 14-karat white gold.
WEIGHT: 3.7 grams.
MEASUREMENTS: approximately ¾” (1.90 cm) wide vertical to the fingernail and ½” (1.20 cm) wide across the finger.
RING SIZE: approximately 5 ¼.
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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