Lavish beyond belief, this absolutely stunning Art Deco filigree antique style aquamarine ( March Birthstone ) engagement ring is sure to attract admiration as it graces your hand. Meticulously crafted in luxurious 18K yellow gold, this ring is set with a beautiful princess cut aquamarine of 1.21 carats, engraved on the outside of the band with a geometric pattern framed with double millgrain edging on the sides.
The ornate engraved filigree castle setting is the centerpiece of the ring, adorned with 24 round diamonds, and is framed on each side by 4 round diamonds set into the top of the band. Total count of round brilliant full cut diamonds in this ring is 32, of VS clarity and F/G color, with the total diamond weight for the ring without the center stone approximately 0.34 carat.
Measurements for the ring are 7.8 millimeters wide at the top of the ring, tapering down to 2.7 millimeters wide at the bottom of the band, and rising 1/4 inch off the finger. A perfect symbol of your everlasting love, this wonderful filigree aquamarine engagement ring is a showpiece that will be cherished for generations to come as a treasured family heirloom.
Ring size 6 1/2 and can be expertly sized by our jewelers. Optional ring sizing is orderable separately above.
* This ring takes 14-21 business days for our jewelers to craft for you in the USA (including optional ring sizing) and ships when complete - please contact us for details.
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18K Yellow gold
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Gemstone Information Ethically Sourced & Conflict Free
0.34 carat total
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