A stunning engagement ring from the Art Deco (ce1920s) era! This stunning piece is crafted in platinum and features a gorgeous old Mine Cut diamond resting in the center of an exquisite setting. The bezel set diamond weighs approximately 0.68ct and is positively radiant in person, exhibiting I color and SI1 clarity. Two semi-circles with a total of 18 cut calibrated square cut sapphires frame the diamond to form a spectacular gemstone halo complemented by a lovely milgrain detailing along the sapphires' channel setting.. The sapphires, which have a weight of approximately 0.20ctw, have stunning color, creating a seamless band of deep, vivid blue. Accenting the each shoulder of the ring are two lines of six rose cut diamonds along with another rose cut at the end of each side, for a total of 14 stones, bead set amidst fine milgrain detail and geometric cut outs that illuminate the stones. The band tapers slightly, and is marked as Iridium Platinum on the interior. A fabulous piece, this stunning Art Deco ring would make a perfect engagement ring!
Measurements: The ring has a finger 5 but could be resized. The sapphire and diamond centerpiece measures a little less than 2/3" and stands approximately 4mm off 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 stones are intact.