This is an original antique engagement ring that was made in the Art Deco period of c1925 – c1935. It is made from Platinum. The ring is centrally prong-set with 1 Old mine cut diamond of I color, SI1 clarity that weighs 1.84 carats. This diamond is very clear with gorgeous sparkle! It has one small carbon inclusion above the culet, but you must study the diamond to find it. This center diamond comes with an EGL cerificate and an appraisal dated 12/5/2014 that states estimated replacement value of $20,970. The diamond alone measures 7.63 x 7.06 x 5.08 mm.
The ring’s mounting is detailed with 4 synthetic blue sapphires that weigh approx. .14 ctw. It is also set with 16 diamonds of H-I-J color, SI to I clarity that weigh approx. .39 ctw. Two of these diamonds are Rose cuts and 13 are Old mine single cuts and it has 1 brilliant cut that is a replacement. These diamonds are in the .005 – .05 ct range. The head of the ring measures 11.38 mm north to south, 19 mm shoulder to shoulder and it sits 7.7 mm high off the finger. The total weight is 3.5 grams. There is an engraved detail on sides of shoulders and shank.