Sale - Vintage Engagement Ring - Platinum Art Deco Era .90 Carat Old European Cut Diamond - 1930s Size 6 Appraisal Cathedral 30s OEC Jewelry
Breath-taking vintage Art Deco Era platinum diamond engagement ring, circa 1930s! This exquisite piece showcases a sparkly old European cut diamond center, weighing an estimated .90 carats which is secured by trefoil style prongs in a cathedral style setting. Three single cut diamonds framed in milgrain adorn each of the ring's shoulders, adding additional brilliance. A stunning piece of fine engagement jewelry dating from the fabulous '30s! The ring includes an independent jewelry appraisal by a GIA Graduate Gemologist, for insurance purposes. The ring has a total estimated retail replacement value of $4,650 USD. *Sale - price reduced from $3,850 USD to $3,550 USD.
ERA - Circa 1930s - Art Deco
METAL / MATERIAL - Platinum, 1 old European cut diamond (estimated .90 carats, SI1 clarity, P color), 6 diamond accents (approximately .08 CTS combined accent weight, SI2 - I2 clarity, I-K color)
MARKINGS / HISTORY - Inside of band stamped "10% IRID PLAT"
CONDITION - Good vintage condition. Piece has been professionally cleaned and lightly polished. Very little age consistent wear and character. Details and designs nicely preserved. Some minute wear to accent diamonds, only visible under magnification. Dreamy heirloom ring, even more stunning in person!
SIZE / MEASUREMENTS - Size: 6, Center Diamond: 5.99 x 6.03 x 3.75 mm, Band: tapers to 1.93 mm, Rise (of ring when worn on finger): 6.5 mm, Weight: 4.30 grams
(Ring can be resized within reason by our local jeweler or likely yours. Please contact us prior to purchasing if you are interested in our jeweler's resizing services.)
PRESENTATION - Listing includes a complimentary MJV logo gift box, as shown in last photo. All other boxes are for display only.
AUTHENTICITY - Each item in our shop has been hand-selected and inspected by a GIA Graduate Gemologist.
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