Edwardian elegance is demonstrated in a platinum diamond ring par excellence. Early twentieth century design utilizes old European cut diamonds to their best and most fiery advantage.
Rectangular with open knife edge work and mille graining, twenty-five diamonds, total weight of 1.79 carats (H-I color; SI1-SI3 clarity) are arranged into a spectacular piece to wear as a unique engagement ring or as a signature right hand ring.
Across the front a sensual organically shaped bezel contains five large sparkling old European cuts. The tails of a crescent moon have been bisected and placed into the corners to form an X. Each mille grained element is set with two diamonds.
Underneath knife edged platinum creates a lattice work of beauty. The low profile gallery is composed of minimal open work to allow light to travel into the culets of the diamonds. Sleek shoulders accented with mille graining, diamonds and engraved patterning finishes this early 20th century visual treat.