"Antique Jewelry Mall is excellent! My girlfriend lives out of state and I needed the ring by a certain day because I was flying out to see her and I wanted to propose that weekend. I contacted AJM to find out the status and to let them know my order was urgent. I was assured that it would be delivered on time. It was actually delivered earlier than I expected! Their customer service is great and the ring is beautiful. My experience with AJM was first rate and I would highly recommend them. Now I only hope the experience when I pop the question goes as well. Thanks again Antique Jewelry Mall." - Dave B.
This classic 1920's design sapphire Art Deco engagement ring is crafted in 18K white gold and features a beautiful natural royal blue sapphire ( September Birthstone ) of 0.80 carat, securely four prong set in a delicately engraved fishtail setting. Four shimmering round diamonds of F/G color and VS clarity totaling 0.06 carat frame the center blue sapphire stone in a show of brilliance.
Measuring 5.5 mm wide at the top of the ring and tapering down to 1.7 mm wide at the bottom of the band, this vintage inspired heirloom Art Deco sapphire engagement ring is a perfect choice for the sapphire lover in your life, and ideal for a girl with a September birthday!
Ring size 6 1/4 and can be expertly sized by our jewelers. Optional ring sizing is orderable separately above.
In the European tradition of having a sapphire as the centerpiece of an engagement ring, this ring makes a wonderful alternative to the usual diamond engagement ring.
Insured shipping is FREE, and all rings are sent to you in beautiful Antique Jewelry Mall gift packaging.
18K White gold
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Gemstone Information Ethically Sourced & Conflict Free
0.06 carat total
5No worries., January 10, 2013
Posted By: Jim McCammon, Brighton, Mi
Comments:I was concerned that the ring wouldn't hold up in person and boy was I wrong. The ring is just as beautiful in person as it is online. My finance loves it!
Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend