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Art Deco 1.20 Carat Diamond Two-Tone Engagement Ring - GIA I VS1
ABOUT THIS RING
Here is a ravishing and radiant rarity indeed! As the most accomplished purveyors of original vintage engagement rings in the land (in all modesty ;), even we seldom come across original Art Deco rings in yellow gold. Ninety-nine percent are in platinum or white gold, the prevailing precious metals of the time. Here we have the best of both worlds--yellow gold topped in platinum. A bright white and blazing European-cut diamond, weighing 1.20 carats (accompanied by a digital GIA Diamond Grading Report stating: I color - VS1 clarity), scintillates from within an octagonal setting between rows of glittering single-cut diamonds, all of which are supported by an decoratively pierced 14K yellow gold mounting ornamented with intricate neoclassical design details. A three-sided hand engraved herringbone pattern continues all the way around the currently size 5 1/4 ring shank. A chic, sophisticated, and singularly stunning Jazz Age jewel.