This classic Art Deco 18K white gold engagement ring features a gorgeous shimmering white round brilliant cut 0.57 carat EGL graded diamond ( April Birthstone ) of J color and VS1 clarity, securely four prong set in a millgrain prong fishtail setting with delicately detailed scroll hand engraving around the sides of the ring, adorned with light-scattering millgrain edging. Four shimmering F/G color and VS clarity round diamonds totaling 0.06 carat frame the center stone in a show of brilliance. Total diamond weight for this engraved engagement ring is 0.63 carat.
Measuring 6.1 millimeters wide at the widest point at the top of the ring, it tapers down to 1.9 millimeters at the bottom of the band and sits 6.4 millimeters off the finger.
This romantic engagement ring is a size 6 1/4 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. You can browse thousands of diamonds for sale in our
This ring is shown with the coordinating wedding band WR283W50 for display purposes only. An order for R408WD does not include the optional diamond wedding band. WR283W50 is orderable separately HERE.
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18K White gold
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