It's the right way to go about your choice in a set-you-apart vintage diamond ring...with right angles, a square shape and curvilinear pierced work...not to mention diamonds throughout.
Created in the 1930s, the setting is dappled with 9 diamonds for a total weight of .58 carats. They have nothing but pure radiance, their color range is H-I, and their clarity is VS2-SI1.
Tiny serrated edges impart a subtle frill to many of the edges. Open work with swirls and curves contrasts with the square perimeter.
Tiny flowers decorate the shoulders of this 14k white gold setting that sits snugly atop the finger in a low profile Art Deco ring.