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Circa 1950's, this stunning Mid-Century vintage diamond ring is as brilliant as the stars in the sky! Crafted in 14K white gold, this estate ring is adorned with fine H-J color, VS-SI clarity diamonds. The mesmerizing design features a 0.24 carat shimmering round brilliant cut diamond securely 4 prong set at its center, framed by a starburst of six round brilliant cut diamonds and two twinkling baguette diamonds for 0.64 carat total diamond weight for the ring. Measuring 5/8 inch wide and 1/2 inch long, this ring sits 3/8 inch off the finger. With its captivating design and brilliant display of diamonds, this ring is sure to attract attention as a unique antique engagement ring or an exquisite conversation-starting cocktail ring. Size 8 and can be expertly sized by our jewelers.
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14K White gold
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Vintage, One of a Kind
Circa 1950�s, Mid-Century
Gemstone Information Ethically Sourced & Conflict Free
0.44 carat total
Round brilliant, baguette
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