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  • Art Deco Style Platinum, Diamond and French Cut Sapphire Engagement Ring with 1.00 Carat Center Diamond
  • Art Deco Style Platinum, Diamond and French Cut Sapphire Engagement Ring with 1.00 Carat Center Diamond
  • Art Deco Style Platinum, Diamond and French Cut Sapphire Engagement Ring with 1.00 Carat Center Diamond
  • Art Deco Style Platinum, Diamond and French Cut Sapphire Engagement Ring with 1.00 Carat Center Diamond
  • Art Deco Style Platinum, Diamond and French Cut Sapphire Engagement Ring with 1.00 Carat Center Diamond
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Art Deco Style Platinum, Diamond and French Cut Sapphire Engagement Ring with 1.00 Carat Center Diamond

Regular price $10,450.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $10,450.00 USD
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This Art Deco-style navette engagement ring is absolutely stunning.

With the geometric play that the 1920s were known for, a number of soft, rounded edges are juxtaposed against more harsh, rectilinear lines. Approximately 0.20ct of pavé set natural accent diamonds, as well as French and kite cut blue sapphires, adorn the top of this ring and envelope the central 1.00ct diamond.

One of our designs, this platinum ring is newly handmade in the same way the master goldsmiths of yesteryear would have done, complete with delicate filigree and crisp milgraining.

DETAILS
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METAL: Platinum (90%)
ACCENT DIAMONDS: 0.20ct (G-H color, SI clarity)
ACCENT SAPPHIRES: French & Kite Cut (0.13ct)
WEIGHT: 5.2g
SIZE: 7 (can be sized)

CENTRAL DIAMOND
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WEIGHT: 1.00ct
COLOR: G
CLARITY: SI2
CUT: IDEAL (Hearts & Arrows)
POLISH: EXCELLENT
SYMMETRY: EXCELLENT
FLUORESCENCE: NONE
CERT#: EGL US924776714D

CARE & MAINTENANCE

As with anything of value, especially sentimental value, taking good care of your jewelry will enhance its beauty and extend its lifespan.

We encourage you to have your jewelry checked and cleaned by us or by your trusted local jeweler every six months, to ensure that each piece is in good wearable condition with all gemstones in place. It’s not uncommon for stones to loosen over time, and it’s much easier to tighten a loose stone than to replace a lost one!