"I am writing to thank you for the beautiful sapphire engagement ring my boyfriend gave me yesterday when he proposed. I had found your website a couple of months ago using a Google search and was pleased to finally find the gorgeous filigree ring I had been searching for in estate jewelry. When I found your site I instantly fell in love with R138, the diamond and sapphire ring in white gold. I will be purchasing the companion ring soon, the curved diamond band. Mike said he received excellent and speedy service from your company -- even though he called and changed his order -- and is greatly appreciative as well. In fact, he had the ring appraised for insurance purposes, and found the ring to be worth more than he paid for it which is always a great feeling!
Thanks again and I will be ordering again from you in the future!" - Ashley
Meticulously crafted in 14K yellow gold, this gorgeous Art Deco filigree engagement ring features a beautiful shimmering natural violet amethyst ( February Birthstone ) of 0.75 carat, set in a secure six prong concentric hexagonal filigree setting. Decorated with an exquisite engraved scrolls pattern on the shoulders of the ring, this romantic engagement ring is sure to touch all of the love and beauty that is in your heart.
This classic amethyst engagement ring features a high setting to showcase the center gemstone, combined with a flush prong setting style to protect the edges of the stone. This makes it an excellent choice for anyone who would like an heirloom quality ring with stunning antique detail, perfect for daily wear.
Ring size 6 1/4 and can be expertly sized by our jewelers. Optional expert ring sizing by our jewelers is orderable separately above.
Insured shipping is FREE, and all rings are sent to you in beautiful Antique Jewelry Mall gift packaging.
14K Yellow gold
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Our Customers Say..."We are very pleased with the ring. It is beautiful. Thanks a lot." - Morten W.