This beautiful vintage style Art Deco filigree diamond engagement ring is meticulously artisan crafted in platinum with delicate pierced filigree, hand finished and engraved with intricate detail. At its center is a lovely shimmering 0.37 carat EGL graded "Hearts and Arrows" round brilliant cut diamond ( April Birthstone ) of E color and VS2 clarity, set in a flush four prong setting. The solitaire diamond is surrounded by detailed engraving on the top of the engagement ring which creates an illusion setting effect, making the diamond appear "larger" than its actual size.
Measurements for the ring are 7 millimeters wide at the top of the ring, tapering down to 1.3 millimeters at the bottom of the band, with the ring sitting 6 millimeters off the finger. This exquisite antique diamond solitaire ring design features a flush low profile diamond bead prong setting style which makes it an excellent choice for anyone who would like an heirloom quality diamond engagement ring with plenty of antique detail, which will not easily "catch" on things and get in the way of a busy daily routine.
Ring size 6 and can be expertly sized by our jewelers. Optional ring sizing is orderable separately above.
This ring comes with a diamond grading report for the center diamond from the European Gemological Laboratory (EGL).
This ring can be set with a different center diamond according to your color, clarity, and budget preferences. Please contact us for details.
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
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