Art Deco 18kt Mine Cut Diamond Engagement Ring 1.14ct
A stunning diamond engagement ring from the late Art Deco (ca1930) era! This gorgeous ring is crafted in 18kt white gold and boasts a beautiful diamond design. It was appraised in July 2016 by Stuart Jewelers, and is accompanied by the following evaluation: "The ring is set with a round mine cut center diamond and 4 round single cut diamonds. The center measures 6.51 x 6.53 x 4.33mm, which equates to approximately 1.14ct. This diamond is SI3 clarity and L color, but faces up whiter (I/J color) due to UV fluorescence, which is an asset to this diamond in the way it is mounted. On either side of the center diamond are two single cut diamonds measuring approximately 0.03ct each, for a total weight of .12ct. These diamonds are SI1 to VS2 clarity and are G color. The mounting is designed with filigree air sweeps in the undercarriage and hand tooled mill grained decoration. The total weight of the ring with the gems is 2.4 grams." The appraisal suggests an estimated retail replacement value of $5,821.00. When worn, the ring looks simply magnificent and would make a very special vintage engagement ring!
Measurements: The ring has a small finger size of 3.75, but could be easily resized if desired. The centerpiece rests approximately 1/4" above the finger when worn.
Condition: The overall condition of the ring is excellent. Besides normal wear, there is no apparent damage to the white gold setting, and all of the diamonds are intact and securely set. The inclusions in the center diamond are visible when viewed under 10x magnification and are consistent with the clarity grade.