1.73ctw Old Cut Marquise Diamond Art Deco Ring - Platinum Vintage GIA VVS2
A visual symphony of ethereal beauty is captured in this breathtaking Art Deco creation. Exquisitely crafted in the 1920s - 1930s, this vintage ring showcases a GIA-graded diamond solitaire accompanied by six accent diamonds which are held in a platinum mount that is graced with ornate etched and milgrain details.
This ring is a size 6, but it can be re-sized up 1 size for a $100 fee or down 1 size for an $80 fee. Once a ring is re-sized, we guarantee the work but we are unable to offer a refund on the sizing. Please contact for additional sizing options.
Metal Content: Guaranteed Platinum as stamped
Natural Diamonds -
Clarity: VVS2 (solitaire); VS1 (accents)
Color: H (solitaire); F - G (accents)
Cuts: Old Cut Marquise (solitaire) & Square Step (accents)
Solitaire’s Carat: 1.19ct
Accents’ Carats: 0.54ctw
Total Carats: 1.73ctw
Solitaire’s GIA Report Number: 2193485777
Face Height (north to south): 1/2" (12.1mm)
Rise Above Finger: 7/32" (5.5mm)
Weight: 4.3 Grams
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