The most stunning details La Belle Époque was known to produce, all in one captivating beauty! Milgrain-edged delineated geometric diamond settings, hand-carved flourishes adorning every surface, and lovely, lacy filigree, all in handmade platinum with the finest antique diamonds– this ring enchants from every angle! Made around 1910, the ring is set with five antique-cut diamonds that total around 1.70 carats. Their specifications are as follows: The largest stone at the end of the three stone row is about .60 carat, boasts near colorless F-G grade and SI2 clarity grade. The middle of the row is .33 carat, colorless E-F grade, SI2 clarity grade. The one at the other end is about .50 carat, near colorless F-G grade, SI2 clarity grade. All are old European cut except for one on the shoulder, which is .15 carat, I-J color, VS clarity. The other shoulder diamond is .12 carat, near colorless F-G grade, VS clarity. The ring is currently about a size 5 1/2 or 6 (it has a sizing bar inside) and may be easily resized up or down upon request, with the sizing bar removed. For scale, the center of the ring (row of three) measures about 3/4 inch by 1/4 inch.