1.08 Carat Transitional-Cut Diamond Ring C. 1920s

1.08 Carat Transitional-Cut Diamond Ring C. 1920s

Art-Deco but with a romantic, late-Edwardian flair!

Handmade in platinum around the 1920s, this ring centers on a fine 1.08 carat Transitional-cut diamond. The center stone is EGL-Certified and it boasts an H-I color grade, and clean VS1 clarity grade. Transitional-cut diamonds are a rarity only produced for 15 to 20 years, always cut-by-hand to ensure their unique, kaleidoscopic faceting. This ornate antique ring has all of the dynamic details that Art-deco jewelry is known for: openwork, hand-carved accents, and milgrain, but its geometric features have a more delicate, gentle flair. The 1.08 carat transitional-cut center diamond is elevated with 4 smooth prongs at its cardinal points, followed by elongated marquis-cut cut diamonds, and an impeccably carved profile that goes almost all the way down the shank. An additional .32 carats in diamond weight adorn the gallery, graded G color and VS clarity, making this ring stand out at every one of its soft angles.

  • Size 6 and 1/2 (Easily resizable. Please inquire)
  • EGL Report #US 400171015D

A breathtakingly beautiful engagement ring, with a high-grade antique diamond and extraordinary craftsmanship throughout, guaranteed to make you squeal with joy the moment you lay your eyes on it!

Inventory # P13745

Regular price $8,250.00 USD Sale