Art Deco 1.10 Carat Old Cut Diamond Engagement Ring, French, circa 1925
A wonderfully pretty antique diamond engagement ring. The old mine cut in the centre – graded by HRD as H colour, SI2 clarity – is impressively white and bright. This scintillating diamond is secured in an eight-claw platinum collet with an open gallery above a scalloped back plate, allowing plenty of light into the stone. Intricate scroll detailing in the gallery leads to tapering white gold shank, with each shoulder set with three rose cut diamonds.
Accompanied a diamond grading report from HRD Antwerp (#180000034590).
Cut – Old mine cut in the centre, with rose diamonds in the shoulders.
Colour – H (I to J in the shoulders).
Clarity – SI2 (the diamonds in the shoulders are SI1 to SI2). All the diamonds are clean to the naked eye.
Carat – A known 1.10 carat in the centre, with an additional approximate 0.06 carat in the shoulders.
Circa – 1925.
Measurements – The diamond in the centre is 6.62 x 6.56mm. Sits 7.2mm from the finger.
Size – N (UK) or 6.5 (US). Complimentary sizing is available, can go up or down.
Metal – 18k white gold and platinum. French hallmarks still visible, although rubbed.