Art Deco GIA Certified 1.01 Carat Old European Diamond Platinum Engagement Ring

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$11,500.00

GIA report certified 1.01 carat old European cut diamond engagement ring graded G color, VS1 clarity.  Notably this genuine Art Deco platinum engagement ring is engraved inside the shank with a dedication and dated 12/25/27.  An Art Deco diamond engagement ring set with a diamond of such good color and clarity is the exception.  Predominantly, people preferred diamonds with some color and inclusions believing that they were indeed buying a real diamond.  Surely this is a diamond engagement ring with which you can impress that special lady in your life with a token of your love and good intentions.  It is our sincere desire that it becomes a treasure, a source of pleasure and pride, the sparkling symbol of your love for one another.

 Details:

Diamonds:  One old European-cut diamond weighting 1.01 carats accompanied by a report from GIA stating that the diamond is G color, VS1 clarity.  Plus, twenty-four single-cut diamonds totaling approximately 0.30 carat, approximately G - H color, VS clarity.

Metal  platinum.

Ring size  approximately 5 1/2, can be sized.

Note  the ring is engraved inside the shank with a dedication and dated 12/25/27 (visible in the photographs).

Condition is illustrated by high magnification photographs that show design details and that the item is in pristine condition consistent with age and wear.  (This is ring is of exceptional quality).

  For over thirty-five years, Jacob’s Diamond and Estate Jewelry has been in the business of making people happy by selling a carefully curated collection of antique and estate jewelry, wearable art.  We believe in the power of estate jewelry to be gratifying and luxurious, good quality, usually at a very good value with the added potential of becoming tomorrow’s heirlooms.  That is what it is all about, from our good taste to yours.  Cheers!

GIA report certified G color VS1 clarity old European-cut diamond Art Deco platinum engagement ring circa 1927.