Each antique-cut diamond is as unique as a glittering snowflake, already one-of-a-kind by its very nature, though some are even more markedly different and stand out above the rest. This captivating cushion-cut diamond does just that with its curiously stunning shape. Though most old mine cuts tend to be round or a squared cushion, this 1.38 carat stone defies classification. We believe this unusual stone to be a recut antique old mine cut. A rare faceted girdle gives it a vivid fire while kaleidoscopic facets catch an amplify even the dimmest light. The diamond is set prominently in a 14k yellow gold Edwardian solitaire mounting from around 1910 that paralells its beauty with romantic details. It is a GIA certified, K color grade, VS1 clarity grade stone whose remarkable cut and clarity is apparent from across the room with its fierce sparkle! The ring is currently a size 7 1/2 and may be easily resized up or down upon request.