Mid-Century 3.06 Carat Emerald-Cut Diamond Ring - GIA I VS2
ABOUT THIS RING
The stunning step-cut diamond has its origins in the table cut of the 1500s. At that time, stonecutters created the shape and the stepped faceting for emeralds, as they were ideal for the relatively soft and brittle properties of the stone caused by its natural inclusions. Diamond cutters took notice of the faceting style and began applying it to diamonds, with the name 'emerald cut' coming into use in the 1920s--and it was perfect for the alluring Art Deco jewels that were often created with clean lines and geometric designs. Ever-elegant, the beautifully modeled 3.06 emerald-cut diamond that flashes its bright light and glorious prismatic color in this Mid-Century beauty is accented with dashes of sparkle east and west courtesy of a single arrow-tipped baguette diamond and is set atop a luminous platinum mounting. Total diamond weight, 3.20 carats. Currently ring size 7. Accompanied by a GIA Grading Report stating: I color - VS2 clarity.