Art Deco 1.45 Carat Old Cut Diamond “Hexagonal” Ring, circa 1940
A grand statement ring. The central old mine cut diamond is in a hexagonal rubover setting which “floats” within bold and substantial mount. The shoulders and galley are set with fifty-four high white eight-cut diamonds in the geometric uniformity commonly associated with late Deco era.
Accompanied by an independent jewellery report.
Cut – Old mine cut in the centre, with eight-cut diamonds in the surround.
Colour – The centre stone is J, with G colour stones in the mount.
Clarity – The centre stone is SI2 (but clean to the naked eye) with VS2 to SI1 in the mount.
Carat – 1.45 carat in the centre, with an estimated 0.54 carat in the mount.
Circa – 1940.
Size – R (UK) or 8 5/8 (US). Complimentary sizing is available, can go up or down.
Measurements – The central “floating” hexagon is 8.3mm by 8.3mm. The ring is 11.1mm at the widest point and sits 5mm from the finger.
Metal – 18k gold. Stamped.