At a glance...
Size: UK Q.5 / US 8.5 / EU 58
Material: 18ct Gold & Platinum
Marks: 18ct & Plat
Weight: 2.2 grams
Principal Stone: Diamond
Principal Cut: Modern Round Brilliant
Est Weight: 0.33ct
Est Clarity: VS
Est Colour: M+ (tinted)
Case: Modern Kraft Card Box
Tell me more...
A beautiful diamond solitaire ring from the 1940s-1950s. The band of this ring has been fashioned from 18ct yellow gold, while the diamond has been set in platinum. The shoulders of this piece are incredibly decorative.
The diamond is this ring is very interesting - clarity is very good but the stone is slightly tinted (yellow) in colour. This is because the diamond cutter has left a large 'natural' on the girdle of the stone - this is part of the outer edge of the original crystal and has been kept to preserve the weight of the stone. This natural is quite yellow in colour, and that colour is reflecting throughout the stone.
Tinting aside, it's a lovely stone and it does take an experienced eye to spot and appreciate the colour. It doesn't jump out at you when you glance down at the ring, which sparkles beautifully on the finger.
Your antique diamond ring is supplied in our recycled kraft ring box (not the antique heart shaped box shown) with our tailored gemstone care card. UK delivery is fast and free via Royal Mail.
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Gemstones cannot be accurately graded or weighed when set in jewellery so all carat weights, colour grades and clarity grades are our best estimates. Metals and stones are checked for authenticity, and any treatments disclosed.
Your jewellery will arrive in a display box made from recycled card. We only package using recycled materials, and we think this compliments your ethical vintage purchase perfectly.
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