Antique/Vintage Art Deco 18ct White Gold And Platinum 0.50ct Diamond Ring Circa 1930’s Independent Insurance Valuation For 8,000 AUD
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Dating to the 1930’s therefore not quite an antique but very very close… this 80+ year old ring is simply stunning and a testament to the craftsmanship of the era.
Crafted from 18ct white gold and Platinum and centered with a transitional cut 4.9mm 0.50ct diamond with a stunningly good colour of F-G and a clarity of SI1.
Held securely by six double claws to an pretty ornate coronet mounting to stepped shoulders which are diamond set with four single cut diamonds to each.
Exquisite in its colour, clarity and skilled manufacture this darling original Art Deco ring is in beautiful condition and would be sure to make a fine engagement ring perhaps, how could one say no to this beauty!
Principal Diamond - Transitional cut
1 @ 0.50ct - (4.9mm x 2.8mm)
8 @ 1pt each
East to west 1.3cm
J or 15.5mm diameter US 4 3/4
Tiny size that could be re-sized approximately 4 up only.
Very good to excellent antique condition. No chips or issues with diamond(s). Al claws original and secure. No thinning to shank. Stunning original Art Deco era ring.
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