"I just received the charm that I ordered on-line from your company. It is beautiful. The picture on your website exactly matches the beauty of the charm. Your service was excellent. I plan to order more things from your store. Thanks so much." - Barbara B.
Circa 1930's, this vintage diamond engagement ring in 14 karat (two tone) white and yellow gold is set with a shimmering center 0.16 carat round brilliant cut diamond ( April Birthstone ) of G/H color and VS clarity, securely set in a box shaped illusion style prong setting. 10 single cut diamonds of G/H color and eye-clean VS/I clarity are 4 prong set across the shoulders of the ring for a total diamond weight of 0.26 carat for the ring.
Measuring 5.8 millimeters wide at the top of the ring, it tapers down to 1 millimeter wide at the bottom of the band and sits 6.5 millimeters off the finger. Elegant in its simplicity, this unique original Art Deco diamond engagement ring is sure to be cherished for generations to come.
Ring size 8 and can be expertly sized by our jewelers. Optional ring sizing is orderable separately above.
Insured shipping is FREE, and all rings are sent to you in beautiful Antique Jewelry Mall gift packaging.
14K White gold / 14K Yellow gold
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Vintage, One of a Kind
Art Deco, Circa 1930's
Gemstone Information Ethically Sourced & Conflict Free
4 prong illusion, box
0.05 carat total
Eye clean VS/I
Our Customers Say..."I ordered a sized down ring set and it was processed right away.
They did have to verify my shipping address, but they warn of that
before you purchase (I thought I already had my shipping address listed with
my credit card but was mistaken). I paid for overnight and it arrived
by 10:30am the day after it shipped. The ring set was just as beautiful
as represented on the internet, if not more so. The only thing they
could do better is have a more descriptive and up to date order status on
line. Despite this, they were excellent to deal with and I would do
business with them again." - Jason H.