Art Deco 0.94 Carat Transitional Cut Diamond Cluster Ring, circa 1940
Breathtaking. This gorgeous vintage diamond cluster features a bright and lively transitional cut diamond in the centre, graded by HRD Antwerp as J colour, VVS2 clarity. The stone is secured in an eight-claw platinum collet with an open gallery which floats within a criss-crossing band set with eighteen rose cut diamonds and, at the “top” and “bottom” of the setting, a pair of old mine cuts. Exceptional.
Accompanied by a diamond grading report from HRD Antwerp (#210000182327).
Cut – Transitional cut diamond in the centre. The two larger diamonds in the surround are old mine cuts, with rose cut diamonds running along the band.
Colour – J. The diamonds are in surround are H to I.
Clarity – VVS2. The diamonds in the surround are VS1 to SI1.
Carat – 0.66 in the centre. Each of the larger diamonds in the surround is approximately 0.05 carat, with a total approximate diamond weight of 0.94 carat.
Circa – 1940.
Size – F 1/2 (UK) or 3 1/8 (US). Complimentary sizing is available; there is some limit to how much this can be altered, so please contact us before ordering if you would need to have this sized.
Measurements – The centre diamond is 5.74 x 5.79mm. The ring is 14mm at the widest point and sits 3.8mm from the finger.
Metal – 18k yellow gold. The diamonds are set in platinum. Tested.