Between the fabulous filigree of the 1920s and the classic clean lines of the 1940s, there was a short span of time in the mid-1930s when one of my favorite styles of engagement rings was made. Often set with small diamonds (it was the Great Depression after all) the design of the settings was made in great detail to show off the little sparklers. This ring is a perfect example of this design era, details galore, an openwork design on the sides, bows on the shoulders, triple milgrain edges on shield-shaped settings for the tiny side diamonds, and a four-cornered pillow-like setting for the .20ct center diamond. 18k white gold and in incredibly crisp condition.
Details.....Currently a size 7.25, sizing up or down within 2 sizes is included with the purchase. The ring measures 6.3mm by 15.3mm at the diamond set top. The band measures 2.1mm wide. In Excellent Vintage Condition. You should always expect some wear on vintage and antique jewels, we consider it part of the charm.