Art Deco 0.79 Carat Modified Rose Cut Diamond Engagement Ring, circa 1920
Fabulously unique. This one-of-a-kind diamond is an experimental cut; somewhere between a modern round brilliant and a Georgian era rose cut, created in a time when cutters were experimenting with what a diamond could “do”. This lively stone, which holds a distinct yellow tone, is mounted in a fine, almost traditional, eight claw platinum mount. Unique and positively beautiful.
Accompanied by a Diamond Grading Report from GIA (the Gemological Institute of America).
Cut – Modified round cut in the centre, with eight cuts in the shoulders/
Colour – W to X. The diamonds in the shoulders are G to H.
Clarity – SI2 in the centre, with VS diamonds in the shoulders.
Carat – 0.79 in the centre. A further estimated 0.06 carat in the shoulders.
Circa – 1920.
Size – K (UK) or 5 1/8 (US). Complementary sizing is available, can be sized up or down.
Measurements – The centre diamonds is 6.67mm by 6.74mm and sits 5.6mm from the finger.
Metal – Platinum. Tested.