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Late Edwardian / Early Art Deco Diamond Three-Stone Dinner Ring

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10-1-12608

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ABOUT THIS RING

A trio of European-cut diamonds sparkle in tandem in the center of this classic Jazz Age jewel artfully designed and hand fabricated in platinum - circa 1920. The fabulous low-profile finger-hugger is embellished all around with small glittering single-cut diamonds intricately accentuated with decorative piercing and delicate milgraining. 7/8 inch, 1.30 carat total diamond weight, currently ring size 8 3/4.

Details

Materials:
Platinum
Current Ring Size:
8 3/4 Most rings can be resized up or down one size unless noted and sometimes more.
Length:
13/16 Inch
Height:
3/16 Inch
Gram Weight:
5.7 Grams
Gemstone Details Gemstone Details

14 Single Cut Diamonds

Carat Weight:
0.35 carat Because mountings prohibit full and accurate observation of gem quality and weight, all data pertaining to mounted gems can be considered as approximate unless accompanied by an independent laboratory certificate (AGL, EGL, GIA). Unless otherwise stated, all colored stones and pearls are assumed to be subject to a relatively stable and possibly undetected color and/or clarity enhancement.
Measurements:
1.60-2.10 mm
Color:
G-H-I
Clarity:
VS-SI-I1

3 European Cut Diamonds

Carat Weight:
0.95 carat Because mountings prohibit full and accurate observation of gem quality and weight, all data pertaining to mounted gems can be considered as approximate unless accompanied by an independent laboratory certificate (AGL, EGL, GIA). Unless otherwise stated, all colored stones and pearls are assumed to be subject to a relatively stable and possibly undetected color and/or clarity enhancement.
Measurements:
4.10-4.30 mm
Color:
I-J-K
Clarity:
VS-I1
Total Diamond Carat Weight:
1.30

About Edwardian Jewelry

Edwardians took the dark beauty of Victorian jewelry and dyed it platinum blonde. Light and airy filigree, worked with intricate millegrain and detailed designs in that durable metal, was liberally set with the “white” stones—pearls and diamonds chief among them. The Victorians’ sense of whimsy and beloved yellow gold didn’t disappear completely, though, even as the Edwardian era made way for the further-streamlined Art Deco.

Jewelry Care

As with anything of value, especially sentimental value, taking good care of your vintage and antique jewelry from Lang will enhance its beauty and extend its lifespan. We encourage you to have your jewelry checked and cleaned by us or by your trusted local jeweler every six months, to ensure that each piece is in good wearable condition with all gemstones in place. It’s not uncommon for stones to loosen over time, and it’s much easier to tighten a loose stone than to replace a lost one! As stated in our Repair Policy, we strongly recommend that you allow us to perform any repairs, since our jewelers are specialists in restoring vintage and antique jewelry.

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