A diamond like a pristine mountain lake surrounded by a glittering forest nearly rivaling its own beauty. A deco ring, like this with its elaborate setting, reminds us that sometimes a frame can make the portrait a masterpiece! A stunning 1.52 carat old mine cut diamond is framed by an additional .40 carat in total weight of sparkling single-cut diamonds in its low-profile, handmade platinum setting. Made around 1920, it is accented with rare green glass baguette-cut stones that add a perfect contrasting pop of color– highlighting the classically deco milgrain-edged geometric shapes in the setting. The GIA certified center stone boasts an impeccable VS1 clarity grade and an L color grade, which remarkably shifts to a near-colorless H grade in natural light– a phenomenon common only in antique diamonds. The ring is currently a size and may be easily resized up or down upon request.