This gorgeous Art Deco step side engagement ring is set with a dreamy 1.08ct old mine cut diamond. The architectural 14k white gold setting displays the fabulous diamond perfectly. Elegant geometry showcases the fascinating center stone, with its slightly squoval shape, wide open culet and wonderful warm color. The pyramidal step sides are set with 10 little round accents diamonds, the entire ring sparkles and shines. Exquisite engraving and frosty milgrain beading covers the ring's gallery, sides and shoulders. A low profile and slender band make this stunning engagement ring very wearable. All of this glamour and practicality too. Circa 1920.
This ring comes with an insurance replacement cost appraisal. The appraisal is done by an independent gem lab. The appraised value is $6500.
Diamond Details.....The center diamond is an 1.08ct old mine cut with SI1 clarity and L-M color. The 10 round brilliant and old European cut accent diamonds have a combined weight of 0.07ct with SI2 clarity and I-J color. The ring's total diamond weight is 1.15ct.
Details... Currently a size 5. This ring may be sized up or down two sizes free of charge. The top of the ring measures 14.6mm by 6mm and the band is 0.9mm wide. In Very Good Vintage Condition. You should expect some wear on vintage and antique jewels, we consider it a part of their charm.