Art Deco 2.50 Carat Light Brown Transitional Cut Diamond Engagement Ring, circa 1945
An impressive and unique late Art Deco engagement ring. The centre stone – weighing in at a substantial 2.50 carat and displaying a distinct cognac colour – is secured by six platinum claws within a simple double-galleried collet. Six eight-cut diamonds are arranged in a step-down formation at the platinum shoulders, leading to a slim, D-shaped white gold shank.
Accompanied by an independent jewellery report from IGR (#30306815) .
Cut – Transitional cut diamond in the centre, with eight-cuts in the shoulders.
Colour – The centre stone is light brown, with G to I diamonds in the shoulders.
Clarity – The centre stone is VS1. The diamonds in the shoulders are SI1 to I1; all are clean to the naked eye.
Carat – The centre stone is a known 2.50 carat, with approximately 0.21 carat in the shoulders.
Circa – 1945.
Size – L (UK) or 5.5 (US). Complimentary sizing is available, can go up or down.
Measurements – The diamond is 8.3mm in diameter and sits 5.4mm from the finger.
Metal – 18k white gold and platinum. Tested.