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Platinum has been considered the metal of choice for engagement rings since popular use in the early 20th century. While discovered much earlier, it was rarely used for jewelry until the 1900s. One of the most durable and hardest of metals, its steely whiteness sets off the purity of a diamond to its best.

Here an estimated .72 carat brilliant cut diamond (color G-H; clarity VS1-SI2) is elegantly poised between four (4) additional diamonds, two on each side. The open work arches are a subtle enhancement to this classic ring. All in platinum, the ring has a low profile for those who prefer a ring that sits low on the hand.

Item 12410

Arches of Individuality - Diamond Engagement Ring

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Measurements: ¼ of an inch (0.6 cm) in width north to south on the hand and 3/16 of an inch (0.4 cm) in height from the finger.

Ring Size: US 7 (UK N 1/2; Euro 15.5; 55 mm) and can be easily sized. Ring sizing information.

Hallmarks: Platinum; engraved in script “W.H.M. M.I.D. 9-1-34”.

Condition: Very good; later but vintage platinum shank with engraving.

Date: Circa 1935.

Note: All diamond weights, color grades and clarity are approximate as the stones have not been removed in order to preserve the integrity of the setting.

Story

Platinum has been considered the metal of choice for engagement rings since popular use in the early 20th century. While discovered much earlier, it was rarely used for jewelry until the 1900s. One of the most durable and hardest of metals, its steely whiteness sets off the purity of a diamond to its best.

Here an estimated .72 carat brilliant cut diamond (color G-H; clarity VS1-SI2) is elegantly poised between four (4) additional diamonds, two on each side. The open work arches are a subtle enhancement to this classic ring. All in platinum, the ring has a low profile for those who prefer a ring that sits low on the hand.

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