Art Deco 3.34 Carat Diamond Ring by C.D. Peacock - GIA I VS2
ABOUT THIS RING
Unconquerable. That's the meaning of the Greek word 'adamas,' from which the name 'diamond,' the most desired stone in the world is derived. And unconquerable it is. This spectacular 3.34 carat stone--scintillating with every color on the spectrum, along with dazzling white light--was formed hundreds of millions of years ago and endured extreme heat and pressure before making its explosive entry to the earth's surface. Now, it crowns this stunning ring, supported in its splendor by split shoulders, each shimmering with tiny single cut diamonds and a sparkling marquise diamond. Exquisitely hand crafted in platinum, by the renowned J.W. Peacock of Chicago (circa 1920s-30s), it is truly a radiant, ravishing and irrepressible beauty. Total diamond weight, 3.54 carats. Currently ring size 7 3/4. Accompanied by a GIA Grading Report stating: I - color, VS2 - clarity.