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I do or...that is the question. Who can resist the magnetic draw of precious metal translated from the inspiration of flowing gowns of gossamer and lace-like trails of flawless fabrics? It has been said that Edwardian jewelers had the ability to transform metal into filigree lace.

Here we have an Edwardian era solitaire diamond ring not only with wishes fulfilled but more…in an affordable package at a great price point. Open work design and graceful arches embellished with mille grain accents and fine azuring add more than a touch of femininity and a layer of sophistication to an old cushion cut diamond of an estimated .47 carats (I-J color; SI1 clarity). Mesmerizing, it radiates with a distinct character worthy of any finger.

Date: Circa 1915.

Item 15781

That is the Question...Diamond Engagement Ring

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Story

I do or...that is the question. Who can resist the magnetic draw of precious metal translated from the inspiration of flowing gowns of gossamer and lace-like trails of flawless fabrics? It has been said that Edwardian jewelers had the ability to transform metal into filigree lace.

Here we have an Edwardian era solitaire diamond ring not only with wishes fulfilled but more…in an affordable package at a great price point. Open work design and graceful arches embellished with mille grain accents and fine azuring add more than a touch of femininity and a layer of sophistication to an old cushion cut diamond of an estimated .47 carats (I-J color; SI1 clarity). Mesmerizing, it radiates with a distinct character worthy of any finger.

Date: Circa 1915.

Measurements: 5/16 of an inch (0.8 cm) in length north to south on the hand and rises 1/4 of an inch (0.6 cm) in height off the finger. Weight of 2.8 grams (1.8 dwt).

Ring Size: US 6 (UK L-1/2; Euro or Int. Circum. 51.8 mm; Int. Dia. 16.5 mm; Japan 11) and easily can be sized to fit most. Ring sizing information.

Hallmarks: 18k; AC with an arrow.

Condition: Excellent.

Origin: American.

Note: Diamond weight is approximated by measurement and formula and may vary from actual if removed. Grading may also vary. All metals are acid tested.