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  • Art Deco Platinum Asscher Cut Diamond Engagement Ring 1.50ct
  • Art Deco Platinum Asscher Cut Diamond Engagement Ring 1.50ct
  • Art Deco Platinum Asscher Cut Diamond Engagement Ring 1.50ct
  • Art Deco Platinum Asscher Cut Diamond Engagement Ring 1.50ct
  • Art Deco Platinum Asscher Cut Diamond Engagement Ring 1.50ct
  • Art Deco Platinum Asscher Cut Diamond Engagement Ring 1.50ct
  • Art Deco Platinum Asscher Cut Diamond Engagement Ring 1.50ct

Art Deco Platinum Asscher Cut Diamond Engagement Ring 1.50ct

SKU: 41101

$8,995

Product Details

This diamond engagement ring from the late Art Deco (ca1930s) era is a breathtaking beauty! Resting at the center of the platinum setting is a stunning 1.50ct Emerald Cut diamond. This particular modification of an Emerald Cut diamond is also known as an "Asscher Cut," recognized for its clipped corners and square shape. The center stone is held in a prong setting and has K color and VS2 clarity. Framing the Asscher cut diamond on either shoulder are ten old European Cut diamonds which have a combined carat weight of approximately 0.40ctw. They accent the center stone beautifully, perfectly complimenting the Deco design. A simple, smooth platinum band completes the design and the shank is stamped "10% IRID. PLAT."

Accompanying the ring is a diamond grading report issued by GIA (Gemological Institute of America) on July 13, 2015 (Report No. 1207358268), giving a full evaluation of the center diamond. Once purchased, the ring may also be evaluated by an independent and accredited GIA-certified Gemologist to determine a retail replacement value. A truly spectacular diamond ring, it has a radiant appearance and makes an impressive statement when worn. It would make a wonderful engagement ring for someone special!

Measurements: The ring has a small finger size of 5.25, but could be resized if desired. When worn, the center of the ring rests approximately 1/4" above the finger.

Condition: The overall condition of the ring is excellent. Besides normal surface wear, there is no apparent damage to the platinum setting and all of the diamonds are intact and securely set. 

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