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Circa 1930's, this vintage engagement ring is crafted in two-tone 14K yellow and 14K white gold in a classic Art Deco floral illusion box setting style. At the center of the ring is a shimmering 0.09 carat round brilliant cut diamond in a secure 4 prong flush setting, with 2 round brilliant cut diamonds on each shoulder of the ring. The total number of diamonds for the ring is 3 and total carat weight for the ring is 0.12 carat. All diamonds in the ring are of H/I color and eye-clean I clarity. This lovely antique engagement ring measures 6.3 millimeters wide at the top of the setting, rising 6.60 millimeters off the finger, and tapers down to 1.6 millimeters wide at the bottom of the ring. Size 6 1/2 and can be expertly sized by our jewelers.
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14K White gold / 14K Yellow gold
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Vintage, One of a Kind
Gemstone Information Ethically Sourced & Conflict Free
4 prong illusion, box clover top
0.03 carat total
4 prong illusion
Our Customers Say..."WOW!! The band is absolutely beautiful! With the original wheat band I tried to imagine how it would look with the diamonds (I think my finance was a little skeptical how it was going to turn out) but we both couldn't have imagined it would turn out this beautiful. It compliments the engagement ring so well and is a gorgeous piece just by itself. It's so nice to find jewelry that is so original instead of the standard channel
and/prong setting you find at most reatilers. We are extremely pleased!!...Thank
you again!" - Sandra B.