Art Deco 1.10 Carat Transitional Cut Diamond Engagement Ring, circa 1945
Pure elegance. This exceptional late Art Deco engagement ring features a transitional cut diamond which displays a subtle, soft champagne hue set in an eight-claw platinum collet with stylised heart detailing in the gallery. Four baguette cut diamonds (two each side) are rubover set in the shoulders, stepping down to a slim 18k white gold shank.
Accompanied by an independent jewellery report from IGR (#30308151) .
Cut – Transitional cut in the centre with baguette cuts in the shoulders.
Colour – K in the centre. The baguette cuts are I to J.
Clarity – VVS2 in the centre. The baguette cuts are VVS2 to VS1.
Carat – The centre is a known 1.10 carat with a further approximate 0.20 carat in the shoulders.
Circa – 1940.
Size – P (UK) or 7.5 (US). Complimentary sizing is available, can go up or down.
Measurements – The diamond is approximately 6.8mm in diameter and sits 5.1mm from the finger.
Metal – Tests as 18k white gold and platinum.