Opulent and refined, this gorgeous white gold Edwardian filigree engagement ring mounting is sure to attract admiration. Lavishly detailed and meticulously hand crafted in 18K white gold, this antique style engagement ring setting is engraved on the band with an Art Deco wheat pattern, symbolic of an abundant harvest. Delicate pierced filigree, milgrain edging, bows, and diamond set flowers adorn this elegant ring setting, which is framed with shimmering white round brilliant cut diamonds of F/G color and VS clarity, ready to accommodate your 1 carat round diamond. Total count of diamonds in this ring is 16, with the total diamond weight for the ring 0.15 carat.
Measuring 8.0 millimeters wide at the top of the ring, it tapers down to 2.2 millimeters at the bottom of the band and sits 8.1 millimeters (5/16 inch) off the finger. The ultimate symbol of your everlasting love, this timeless artisan crafted antique style filigree engagement ring semi mount is an extraordinary classic that is sure to become a cherished family heirloom when paired with your choice of round gemstone.
Ring size 6 1/4 and can be expertly sized by our jewelers. Optional ring sizing is orderable separately above.
This mounting is sold without a 1 carat center stone (a round brilliant cut diamond of 6.2 - 6.6 millimeters and approximately 0.85 - 1.05 carats in weight will fit perfectly), 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 request information online on a diamond for this ring, HERE.
CLICK HERE to view a photo of this gorgeous engagement ring setting with WR679WD, the available companion wedding ring.
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Engagement Ring Setting
18K White gold
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Gemstone Information Ethically Sourced & Conflict Free
0.15 carat total
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