"Buying my engagement ring from the Antique Jewelry Mall was a smart decision! The ring is very unique, absolutely stunning, and was offered at a terrific price. We also purchased my wedding band from AJM. Their customer service staff are the most professional and responsive of
any Internet business Ive used. I have no hesitation in recommending AJM for all your jewelry needs." - Teresa W.
This beautiful vintage Art Deco filigree diamond engagement ring design features a stunning round brilliant cut diamond of 0.46 carat, with a desirable EGL grade of "Hearts and Arrows", E color, and completely eye-clean SI2 clarity, set into a secure 6 prong flush setting.
Meticulously executed in 14K white gold, this lovely antique style filigree diamond solitaire ring is hand finished with intricate details, artisan crafted with delicate pierced filigree and pansy flowers engraved down the sides of the band.
The white gold filigree design around the diamond setting creates the illusion of a larger diamond in this stunning engagement ring, and the low profile style of this filigree diamond engagement ring makes it an excellent choice for anyone who would like an heirloom quality diamond ring with antique style details, which will not "catch" on things and get in the way of a busy daily routine.
Ring size 5 1/4 and can be expertly sized by our jewelers. Optional ring sizing is orderable separately above.
This ring is also available in other metals by special order - please contact us for details.
Insured shipping is FREE, and all rings are sent to you in beautiful Antique Jewelry Mall gift packaging.
14K White gold
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Gemstone Information Ethically Sourced & Conflict Free
Our Customers Say..."Dear AJM, Let me tell you that even though I returned that ring, I very much enjoyed doing business with you. Customer service, competence, speed and honesty were absolutely top notch from amongst all the internet firms I have dealt with in the last 10 years! Keep up the good work! Best regards," - Nick M.