Artistry and sublime antique platinum hand-created wire work and shimmering diamonds come together in a square of perfection. Some argue that the work of the Edwardian period, around 1890 to 1920, is some of the finest and most exquisite of all the eras of jewelry history.
It was the first time platinum was used in jewelry and it allowed for the finest of fretwork and "lace" while retaining strength and durability. The Three Graces searches for rings of this era, but authentic examples are now few and far between.
Consisting of a total of 1.34 carats of old European and old single cut diamonds, the motif is a cut corner square. At the center a .55 lively old European diamond is bezel set and surrounded by a splay of linear platinum wire work.
Twelve more diamonds encrust the perimeter and two more diamonds graduate down each shoulder. Their color H-J, and their clarity VS2-SI2 for mostly all clear inclusions.
Slip on something that reveals to the eye and the beholder a petite masterwork and displays these fiery brilliant cut diamonds to their best advantage.