Art Deco 18kt Step-Up Diamond Engagement Ring .37ct
A wonderful diamond engagement ring from the Art Deco (ca1920) era! This beautiful engagement ring has a single old Mine Cut diamond stone, which sits in a fabulous "step-up" 18kt white gold setting. The stone, which is prong set in a square box mounting, has G-H color, SI1 clarity, and a total weight of 0.37ct. The "step-up" mounting has milgrained details and ornate wirework on its sides. Resting within the "steps" are 6 additional sparkling diamonds. All 6 diamonds are bead set in a white gold box setting and have a total approximate weigh of .20ct tw. The overall total diamond weight of the ring is approximately .57ct tw. The mounting is simply wonderful with a beautiful design, which carries down the shoulders of the band. The underside of the shank is stamped “18KT” along with a hallmark. The ring comes with an appraisal by an independent Gemologist. It is an absolutely gorgeous and piece and would make a perfect engagement ring!
Measurements: The ring has a finger size of 5.75 but it could easily be re-sized.
Condition: The overall condition of the ring is excellent. There is no apparent damage to the gold setting and all of the diamonds are intact.