Art Deco old European cut diamond and platinum dinner ring circa 1925. Love it because it caught your eye, and we are here to connect you with beautiful and affordable jewelry. It is time to claim a special reward for Yourself! Clear and concise information you want to know is listed below. Contact us right away if you have additional questions. It is important that we find an ideal home for this marvelous, very well preserved Art Deco diamond dinner ring.
LARGER DIAMONDS: two old European-cut diamonds together weighing approximately 1.00 carat, approximately H - I color, I clarity.
SMALLER DIAMONDS: twenty-four old European-cut diamonds totaling approximately 1.00 carat, approximately I – J color, SI – I clarity.
BLUE STONES: French-cut simulated blue sapphires, original to the ring, and typical of the period when it was made.
RING SIZE: approximately 7 ¼.
WEIGHT: 6.9 grams.
MEASUREMENTS: approximately 1-5/16” (3.30 cm) wide vertical to the fingernail, and13/16” (2.10 cm) wide across the finger.
CONDITION: high magnification photographs show design details and that this genuine Art Deco diamond dinner ring is in exceptionally good condition consistent with age and wear.
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Art Deco old European-cut diamond and platinum dinner ring circa 1925.