This one of a kind Art Deco period ring is coming out of my personal collection. Photos simply don’t do this magnificent ring justice. This is an heirloom piece that you will want to pass down for generations to come.
This is the perfect example of balling on a budget due to the clarity of the two large diamonds. Luckily, the inclusions are mostly clear/white so they blend beautifully and I find them to be not noticeable until you get about 6 inches away. One of the larger diamonds does have some surface reaching inclusions but they have not posed an integrity issue the 6 years I’ve had this ring.
The ring is in very good vintage condition.
This is being sold at my cost so this is final sale.
Size: 7.5 and sizable
Diamonds: Approx. 2.5ctw of diamonds
- One center diamond is old European cut and approx. .87 carat I1 clarity, H-I color
-The other center diamond is old European cut and approx. .75 carat, I1-I2 clarity, H-I color
-4 large border diamonds are closer to a transitional cut and approx. .60ctw SI1 clarity with one SI2. 3 of them are J-K color and one is M-N color.
-Small accent diamonds are single cut and approx. .28ctw VS2-SI1 clarity, H-I color
-Pearl is 8.7mm and a silvery cream color
Metal: 14k White Gold
Measurements: Face of ring is 1.25” x .65” and sits 10mm high at the top of the pearl
Weight: 7.29 grams
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Most of our pieces are vintage or antique and therefore are not in perfect condition. Please keep this in mind when purchasing. It should be expected that these pieces will have normal wear and tear according to their age. This could include patina, scuffs on the gold, slightly loose but secure stones and light scratches on the stones. We try our best to accurately depict everything through detailed photos and will point out any flaws we feel are noteworthy. Please review the photos carefully and reach out to us with any questions