Story

Sometimes a ring comes along which dare we say, has everything. Impressive to even the hardest to please, it will be the WOW factor for every friend and relative around you. Dripping with dazzle, you have a solitaire transitional brilliant cut diamond of 1.54 carats! Then you have color, L-M color on the certificate, but looks white to the eye. Place this in sunlight and we dare you to find any golden (you will see hints of gold with a loupe).

Its clarity is crystal clear except under one prong a clear inclusion which takes magnification to see. Open work filigree in 18k white gold in the most classic of mounts, it will even accommodate most wedding bands. Finally, there is price. Try to find all that look in a vintage ring at this price!

Date: Circa 1920s for the diamond; mid 20th century for the mount.

This ring is accompanied by an EGL USA certificate for only the diamond and has a retail replacement value of $11,620.

Item 14785

Daring 1.54 c. Solitaire Diamond Ring

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Story

Sometimes a ring comes along which dare we say, has everything. Impressive to even the hardest to please, it will be the WOW factor for every friend and relative around you. Dripping with dazzle, you have a solitaire transitional brilliant cut diamond of 1.54 carats! Then you have color, L-M color on the certificate, but looks white to the eye. Place this in sunlight and we dare you to find any golden (you will see hints of gold with a loupe).

Its clarity is crystal clear except under one prong a clear inclusion which takes magnification to see. Open work filigree in 18k white gold in the most classic of mounts, it will even accommodate most wedding bands. Finally, there is price. Try to find all that look in a vintage ring at this price!

Date: Circa 1920s for the diamond; mid 20th century for the mount.

This ring is accompanied by an EGL USA certificate for only the diamond and has a retail replacement value of $11,620.

Measurements: 1/4 of an inch (0.8 cm) in length north to south on the hand and rises 1/4 of an inch (0.8 cm) in height off the finger. Weight of 2.5 grams (1.6 dwt).

Ring Size: US 4-1/2 (UK I; Euro or Int. Circum. 48.0 mm; Int. Dia. 15.3 mm; Japan 8) and easily can be sized to fit most. Ring sizing information.

Hallmarks: 18k.

Condition: Excellent, one restoration to a prong and one restoration to the gallery all barely visible with a loupe.

Origin: American.

Note: Diamond was not removed to preserve the integrity of the setting. Weight is approximated by measurement and formula and may vary from actual weights. Grading may vary if stone is removed.

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