GIA report certified 2.08 carats old mine-cut diamond and platinum solitaire engagement ring circa 1950. *
ABOUT THIS ITEM: #R-DJ126G. Scroll down for specifications. This is a popular and classic engagement ring design from the middle of the 20th century. With the added advantage of sporting a center diamond weighing over two carats. Said stone accompanied by a GIA lab report. Old mine-cut diamonds are interesting stones because each one is a one-of-a-kind world unto itself, cut entirely by hand by an extremely experienced and talented diamond cutter, very possibly under poor lighting conditions. They usually have high crowns and small tables. the way that they sparkle, particularly under incandescent light, is mesmerizing and unmatched by any other diamond cut. This one is cushion shaped. The setting makes it look more rounded. Note also that with its flat sides, this style of ring is very forgiving when it comes to choosing a wedding band to go along with it.
PRIMARY DIAMOND: one old mine-cut diamond weighing 2.08 carats, accompanied by GIA report number 5222728450 stating that the diamond is N color, VS2 clarity.
OTHER DIAMONDS: six round diamonds totaling approximately 0.25 carat, approximately J-K color, SI-SI2 clarity.
WEIGHT: 4.7 grams.
RING SIZE: approximately 6 ¼, can be sized.
CONDITION: high magnification photographs show considerable design details, and this ring is in good condition, all consistent with age and wear.
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