Graceful and elegant, this gorgeous yellow gold Edwardian filigree engagement ring setting is sure to be appreciated as it embraces your hand.
Richly detailed and meticulously hand crafted in 18K yellow gold, this vintage style engagement ring setting is finely engraved with an Art Deco wheat pattern down the band as a timeless symbol of fortune and an abundant harvest.
Delicate pierced filigree, milgrain edges, carved bows, and diamond encrusted flowers decorate the exquisite setting, framed with shimmering white round brilliant cut diamonds of F/G color and VS clarity, ready to accommodate a 1 carat round diamond.
Total count of diamonds in this ring is 16, with the total diamond weight for the ring 0.15 carat. The perfect symbol of your everlasting love, this timeless antique style filigree Edwaridan engagement ring is an extraordinary classic that is sure to become a cherished family heirloom.
Ring size 6 1/2 is in stock for immediate shipment. Optional expert ring sizing by our jewelers is orderable separately above.
This Edwardian yellow gold 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 WR679YD, the available companion wedding ring.
Insured shipping is FREE, and all rings include a beautiful ring box.
Engagement Ring Setting
18K Yellow gold
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Gemstone Information Ethically Sourced & Conflict Free
0.15 carat total
Our Customers Say..."Hello, I just received my charm today and I have to tell you how delighted I am. I needed it to replace a charm I lost last year from my original charm
bracelet that I have actually had since I was 9 years old (way back in 1958) and it was brand new then. I think I put the last original brand new
charm on it in 1967. Anyway, although the charm I lost was a phone, the graduation cap fits perfectly and since I never got one for my own high
school or college graduations, it is perfect. I even put it on the bracelet myself. Thanks again." - Susan K. G.