"Antique Jewelry Mall representatives Laura and Monique were the most helpful people I have worked with when searching for my fiancees engagement ring. They were the most knowledgeable people in the industry I have met. They helped me beyond my expectations. Thank you so much." - Franklin J.
Lavish beyond belief, this absolutely stunning Art Deco filigree antique style engagement ring is sure to attract admiration as it graces your hand. Meticulously crafted in luxurious platinum, this ring setting is engraved around the band with a scroll pattern and with a wheat pattern on the other two outward facing sides of the ring. The ornate filigree crown setting is the centerpiece of the ring, adorned with 16 round diamonds set in a romantic butterfly design, and will accommodate a 1 carat diamond. The crown is framed on each side by 4 round diamonds set into the top of the band. Total count of diamonds in this ring is 24, with the total diamond weight for the ring approximately 0.24 carat. A perfect symbol of your everlasting love, this platinum filigree engagement ring is a showpiece that will be cherished for generations to come as a treasured family heirloom. Size 6 3/4 and can be expertly sized by our jewelers.
This mounting is sold without a 1 carat center stone (a round brilliant cut diamond of 6.4 - 6.6 millimeters in diameter and approximately 1 carat in weight will fit perfectly), and can be set with your own diamond or gemstone, or we can obtain one for you at additional cost - please contact us for details.
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Insured shipping is FREE, and all rings are sent to you in beautiful Antique Jewelry Mall gift packaging.
Our Customers Say..."I am thoroughly pleased with my purchase. I am a civil war
living historian and the rose gold band fits well into this era. My original
wedding band is made of rose gold and came from 1863. Due to its antiquity I
don't like wearing it too much, especially at re-enactments. This new ring will
allow me to do that. Thank you." - Paul F.