Edwardian 14kt/Platinum Cushion Mine Cut Diamond 5-Stone Ring 1.35ctw
A gorgeous diamond ring from the early Edwardian era (ca1901)! Made of platinum-topped gold, this stunning ring has a beautiful 5-stone design. Lining the face of the ring is a row of graduated cushion mine cut diamonds, which rest in a shared platinum prong and bezel setting. The diamonds weigh approximately 1.35ctw combined, and have H-I range color and SI1-SI2 range clarity. Completing the design is a smooth gold band, which is tapered at each shoulder and stamped with two hallmarks inside the shank. When worn, the ring has a radiant appearance that is rich in texture and history. If requested, a complimentary appraisal issued by an independent and accredited GIA graduate gemologist can be completed after purchase for insurance purposes. It would make a unique multi-stone engagement ring or wedding band!
Measurements: The ring has a finger size of 6.5, but could be re-sized. The width of the band measures approximately 2.5mm.
Condition: The overall condition of the ring is excellent. Besides normal surface wear, there is no apparent damage to the platinum-topped gold setting. All five of the diamonds are intact and securely set.