Seemingly classic at first glance, this two-tone beauty strikes us with a rare coupling– a round bezel in fishtail prongs! Fishtail prongs are a key feature of rings dating from the 1930s through the 1950s. Each one is shaped somewhat like a fin that creates a corner on the round stone. The four cornered prongs give the diamond the desired square appearance of the era. In this ring, there is a subtle contrast as it also has a fairly thick, very circular bezel! So whether you want a setting that's a little square or one that's a little round, a ring that is yellow gold or white metal, unique or classic, this one has it all! Made in the 1930s in 14k yellow and 18k white gold, this ring features a .80 carat EGL USA certified transitional cut diamond that boasts a near colorless H-I color grade and a VS1 clarity grade. Two additional full cut diamonds, one on each shoulder, add an additional .24 carat in total diamond weight. They are graded near colorless G color grade and VS clarity grade. The ring is currently a size 6 1/4 and may be easily resized up or down upon request.