Early Art Deco 2.64 Carat Two-Tone Three-Stone Diamond Ring - GIA
ABOUT THIS RING
Few original Edwardian/Art Deco delicacies come as fine and fabulous as this two-tone triple dazzler dating back to the 1920s. Finely hand fabricated in platinum over 14K yellow gold, the intricate geometric filigree work supports a supremely sparkling trio of European-cut diamonds with octagonal settings, effectively enhancing the outer dimensions of the stones. Weighing 1.14 carats, the central stone is closely embraced on each side by a .75 carat European-cut diamond, bringing the total weight of the three main diamonds to 2.64 carats. However, the excitement doesn't stop there! Trios of small European-cut diamonds adorn all four sides of this magnificent vintage jewel, providing additional glitter from every vantage point. A masterpiece. Finished with hand engraving all around the currently size 7 ring shank. The center stone bears a GIA Diamond Grading Report stating: K color - VS2 clarity.