Stunning Edwardian Platinum & Diamond Panel Ring

$ 7,995.00
$ 7,995.00
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This incredible early 20th Century diamond panel ring is a true showstopper. The decorative top of the piece is an elongated octagon of pierced and engraved platinum encrusted with diamonds. Fraternal-twin old European cut diamonds are set in floating hexagons, situated vertically at the center of the panel. Two smaller old Euros in round bezels flank the twins. An elaborate frame of accent diamonds, set in milgrained openwork platinum, glitter and shine. Scrollwork engraved shoulders taper into a slim band. Even the gallery is exquisite, with a crisp zig-zag design. Every detail of this stunning Edwardian ring is a vision of romantic geometry. Circa 1910.

This ring comes with an insurance replacement cost appraisal. The appraisal is done by an independent gem lab. The appraised value is $9200.

Diamond Details.....One central diamond is a 0.74ct, old European cut with SI1 clarity and G-H color. The other is a 0.68ct, old European cut with I1 clarity and I-J color. Four old European cut accent diamonds have a 0.96tcw, with VS2-I2 clarity and H-I-J color range. Two old European cut accent diamonds have a 0.22tcw, with VS2 clarity and H-I color. Eight additional accent diamonds have a 0.02tcw. This ring has a total diamond weight of 2.62 carats.

Details.....Currently a size 8.5. This ring may be sized up or down two sizes free of charge. The top measures 14.5mm by 22mm, and the band is 2mm wide. In Very Good Antique Condition. You should always expect some wear on vintage and antique jewels; we consider it part of their charm.

Item #R7193