1.10 Carat Transitional Cut Diamond Ring in Gold c1940
The best of both worlds– a diamond ring in two tones of gold! Diamonds have been commonly set in white metal to show off their highly desirable colorlessness. Yellow gold is loved for its glowing warmth. This ring, made around 1940, gets it just right with its stunning transitional cut diamond center and side diamonds set in 14k white gold atop a yellow gold band– looking great alongside any jewelry collection. The 1.10 carat center stone is a 1920s transitional cut, boasting a near colorless H-I color grade and a super clean VS1 clarity grade, certified by EGL USA. The two side diamonds, each inlaid on either side into attractive arrowhead settings, total a carat weight of about .03. Milgrain edges add antique charm and elegance. The ring is currently a size 6 and may be easily resized up or down upon request.