This stunning Art Deco engagement ring was created around 1930 but features a much older Diamond center stone. The main Diamond is an Old Mine Cut which was faceted pre-1900, and was likely re-set into this mounting to make a more modern look. It’s amazing that this ring was modern in 1930, yet is still fashionable today. The rest of the ring features single cut and transitional round brilliant cut Diamonds for a 3-stone look which sits low on the hand for comfortable everyday use. While this was originally designed as an engagement ring, we think it would also look great on the right hand as an anniversary ring, or whatever you want it to be!
Details: 14k white gold ring with square cushion .60ct Mine Cut Diamond (SI1 H) and .40ctw Diamond accents (SI GH), circa 1930.