Gorgeous diamonds and exquisite metalwork make this ring an Edwardian dream. Three brilliant white old European and early brilliant cut diamonds (total carat weight of 1.03) are bezel set across the top of the ring. The bezels are decorated with a sawtooth pattern. Four small round diamonds are set at the interstices of the larger stones, and six are set at each shoulder. The ring's beautiful architectural structure is created by delicate platinum filigree wirework decorating the flat sides of this beauty. Lovely geometric openwork design curves up from the back of the band, it resembles a graceful lattice, and the band is engraved with flower buds. This one is really special. It will make an amazing engagement ring, a wedding band will fit nicely against its flat sides, but it looks absolutely fabulous worn alone. Circa 1900-1910.
This ring comes with an insurance appraisal. All of our appraisals are done by an independent gem lab. This ring appraises for $5435. The central diamond is a 0.45ct round early modern brilliant cut with SI1 clarity and E/F color. The two flanking diamonds are each 0.29ct old European cuts with E/F color. One has VS clarity, the other SI. The 16 small accent diamonds have a total carat weight of 0.29ct with VS-SI clarity and F/G color. The The total diamond weight of this ring is 1.32cts.
Details.....Currently a size 4.75, one free sizing is included. The top of the ring measures 15.4mm by 6.7mm and the band is 1.8mm wide. In Excellent Antique Condition. You should always expect some wear on vintage and antique pieces, we consider it part of the charm.