"This mail is to let you know we have received the rings in perfect order on Monday the 14th. We are very happy with the rings, they’re beautifully crafted and fit perfectly. Thank you for your contribution to our marriage on the 30th of May! Best regards," - Bas W.
This 1920's design Art Deco 18K white gold engagement ring features a classic four prong fishtail setting as the perfect home for a gorgeous round brilliant cut 0.57 carat EGL certified diamond of J color and VS1 clarity.
A detailed carved scroll pattern decorates the top side of the ring, with wheat on the 2 outward facing sides, and all edges of the piece hand edged with light-scattering beaded millgrain.
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.
Ring size 6 1/4 and can be expertly sized by our jewelers. Optional ring sizing is orderable separately above.
Includes a diamond certificate for the center diamond from the European Gemological Laboratory (EGL).
This heirloom ring design can be crafted with a different center diamond according to your budget and diamond quality preferences. Please contact us for details.
This ring is shown with the matching band WR283W50 for display purposes only (orderable separately). An order for R408WD does not include the optional diamond coordinating band. HERE.
An elegant ring box is included.
18K White gold
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Gemstone Information Ethically Sourced & Conflict Free
Our Customers Say..."Beautiful setting! Great customer service. The engagement setting was even more beautiful than the picture. I was hesitant at first about buying jewelery online. I am more than pleased. I would definitely recomend this merchant. Buy in confidence!" - Scott A.