2.39 Carat Center Three-Stone Antique Diamond Ring

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A magnificent and impressive late-Edwardian/early-Art Deco platinum and diamond three-stone ring, featuring a bright-white and sparkling European-cut diamond weighing 2.39 carats, but having the outline, or ‘spread’, of a three-carat stone. The dazzling diamond is guarded left and right by a high-quality matching pair of smaller European-cut diamonds, together weighing an additional 1.25 carats, for a total weight of three and three-quarters carat. The extravagantly ornamented mounting sparkles with tiny single-cut diamonds, bead-set in a graceful openwork scroll design with hand engraving adorning the top of the ring shank. A splendorous and timeless vintage diamond ring, or engagement ring, circa 1920. The 2.39 carat center diamond is accompanied by a GIA Gem Trade Laboratory certificate stating 'I color-VS2 clarity'.

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Inventory No. 10-1-4902

Center Diamond Details

Carat Weight:
2.39 cts
8.94 x 9.06 x 4.78 mm
European Cut
Grading Report:

Additional Gemstone Details

2 European Cut Diamonds
Diamond Total Carat Weight: 1.25 carats
Diamond Clarity: SI-SI2
Diamond Color: H-I
22 Single Cut Diamonds
Diamond Total Carat Weight: 0.25 carats
Diamond Clarity: SI-I1
Diamond Color: H-I
Total Diamond Carat Weight:
3.89 cttw

Product Details:

Ring Size:
10.8 mm
Found In The Following Categories:
Engagement Rings
Edwardian Engagement Rings
Diamond Engagement Rings

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