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Crafted during the Art Deco era circa 1925 this Platinum and Diamond ring would have began its life as someones treasured engagement ring.
Modelled throughout in Platinum and centred with an approx 0.55ct transitional cut Diamond - colour ‘E’ and clarity SI2, bead and grain set to a hexagonal shaped setting and featuring micro-millgrain edging throughout the entire ring.
The wide tapering shoulders are also grain set with an additional six old round brilliant cut diamonds each approx 2pt each, and a slim flat shank completes the picture.
Stunningly pretty, low profile, dazzlingly white and bright given the ‘E’ colour of the diamond this ring could perhaps once again be the perfect engagement ring?
1 @ approximately 5mm x 3mm - 0.55ct
6 @ approximately 2pt each
Clarity ’SI2’ - Chip to pavilion facet not seen from above
Spread across finger 1.8cm x 9.87mm
Very faint marks
Valuation as Platinum
N or 17.1mm diameter US 6 3/4
Very very good antique condition. Diamond is bright and lively. Micro-millgrain work throughout is stunning. As mentioned in valuation and above there is a small chip to a pavilion facet which our gemologist has advised could be re-polished out if desired for around $500, as it cannot be seen from above and does not affect the beauty of this ring we have chosen to leave it as is. Stunning Art Deco ring.