A transitional cut diamond is a work of art and this beauty boasts a frame nearly as exquisite as the artwork it contains! Transitional cut diamonds were cut for only a decade in the 1920s. They have the same number of facets as the newly developed modern brilliant cut, but proportions are a bit different and unique to each stone. In the process of transitioning from the old European cut methods to the brilliant cut, diamond cutters took artistic liberties that make transitional cuts truly special. This is a fine example, boasting a colorless E-F grade, an SI2 clarity grade and weighing around .60 carat. It's stunning handmade platinum setting is quintessentially deco with small diamonds set in delineated geometric shapes that elegantly surround the diamond in its squared bezel and lies in a very low profile against the finger. These diamonds are graded G color and VS clarity and total a carat weight of about .10. The ring is currently a size 5 1/4 and may be resized up or down upon request.