"Hello AJM, I just received the ring I ordered, and I am so happy! It's more beautiful than I hoped and it fits me perfectly. It is a perfect match with my engagement ring, I will treasure it always. Thank you so much!" - Michelle T.
This gorgeous ornately detailed Art Deco filigree ring in 14K white gold features a secure 6 prong setting for a round brilliant gemstone of 4.35 - 4.65 millimeters in diameter, flanked by 2 shimmering round brilliant F/G color and VS clarity diamonds totaling 0.02 carat.
Meticulously hand finished, this beautiful ring features an intricately detailed wheat pattern accented with millgrain edging on the outside top of the band and sides adorned with lovely pierced filigree scrollwork.
PLEASE NOTE: This ring setting is shown set with a center diamond for illustration purposes, and is sold WITHOUT a center stone, for customers who already have their own diamond or gemstone. Please contact us if you would like to purchase this ring set with a center diamond or gemstone.
A round brilliant cut diamond of 4.35 - 4.65 millimeters in diameter and approximately 0.33 carats in weight will fit perfectly - please note that measurements are most important in determining whether your gemstone will be accommodated securely in this ring), and can be set with your own diamond or gemstone, or we can obtain
one for you at additional cost - please contact us toll free at 800-292-4900 for
details, or you can search online for a diamond for this ring, HERE.
Insured shipping is FREE, and all rings are sent to you in beautiful Antique Jewelry Mall gift packaging.
Engagement Ring Setting
14K White gold
Width at top of ring:
Width at bottom of ring:
Height off finger:
0.02 carat total
Flush bead prong
Our Customers Say..."Greetings! I got the ring today and it is simply exceptional! I also told
everyone where I got it, so I wouldn't be surprised if you got a few more orders
from Tacoma in the next few weeks. Again, superior service and a superior
product! I look forward to doing business with you again real soon." - Karl M.