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This 1930's Art Deco platinum solitaire white sapphire engagement ring design features a round brilliant cut natural white sapphire of 0.60 carat, set in a secure four-cornered prong platinum fishtail setting.
Three-leaf clover prong tips and hearts at the sides of the setting create an unforgettable touch of romance. Harvest bands to the left and right of the beautiful white sapphire are a symbol of prosperity and complete the delightful presentation. This vintage inspired white sapphire engagement ring is a lovely alternative to a diamond, sure to be cherished.
Size 6 1/4 and can be expertly sized by our jewelers. Optional ring sizing is orderable separately above.
* This ring takes 7-10 business days for our jewelers to craft for you in the USA (including optional ring sizing) and ships when complete - please contact us for details.
This white sapphire solitaire engagement ring is shown on this page with the companion wedding ring for display purposes only. An order for R163P50WS does not include WR163P, the coordinating platinum wedding ring.
Insured shipping is FREE, and all rings are sent to you in beautiful Antique Jewelry Mall gift packaging.
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Gemstone Information Ethically Sourced & Conflict Free
Our Customers Say..."Hello, I just received my charm today and I have to tell you how delighted I am. I needed it to replace a charm I lost last year from my original charm
bracelet that I have actually had since I was 9 years old (way back in 1958) and it was brand new then. I think I put the last original brand new
charm on it in 1967. Anyway, although the charm I lost was a phone, the graduation cap fits perfectly and since I never got one for my own high
school or college graduations, it is perfect. I even put it on the bracelet myself. Thanks again." - Susan K. G.