Edwardian 1.57 Carat Old Cut Diamond Engagement Ring, circa 1910
An utterly sublime Edwardian engagement ring. The old European cut diamond in the centre is bright, lively, and internally clean. The stone is secured by eight claws within in a highly detailed mount; twelve old mine cut diamonds arranged around the vented and milgrained gallery, elegantly conforming to a slim platinum shank with etched detailing. A stunning example of early 20th century craftsmanship.
Accompanied by an independent jewellery report from IGR (#30309253).
Cut – Old European cut in the centre with old mine cut diamond in the surround.
Colour – The centre is J. The smaller diamonds are G to I.
Clarity – The centre is VVS2. The smaller diamonds are VS1 to SI2; all are clean to the naked eye.
Carat – The centre approximately 1.57 carat, with a further approximate 0.48 carat in the surround.
Circa – 1910.
Measurements – The diamond in the centre is approximately 7.5mm in diameter. The ring is 12.65mm at the widest point and sits 6.8mm from the finger.
Size – Q 1/2 (UK) or 8.25 (US). Complimentary sizing is available, can go up or down. There is a limit to how much this can be altered, so please contact us before ordering.
Metal – Platinum. Tested.