A 1.13 carat Transitional-cut diamond, accompanied by an EGL Certificate (Report # US 400167107D) stating that it is of I color and SI2 clarity grade, radiates between a pair of triangle-cut diamonds and a small round-cut stone on each side in this late Art Deco dazzler, circa 1020-40s. This is a finger-hugging, low-profile (fit-wise only!) diamond ring, entirely crafted from strong, handmade platinum with a sleek-edge shank.
The fishtail prongs on the center diamond, as well as the way in which the side stones are set with sweet milgrain details, are what separates antique jewelry from the rest and give it an unmistakeable look. The triangle-cut diamonds total around ~.30 carats total and they are F-G color, VS clarity, while the smaller round-cut single-cut diamonds total around ~.06 carats and they are G-H color and VS clarity. This late Art Deco diamond ring is currently a size 6 and 3/4 may be easily resized up or down upon request. Please inquire.