Quarter Carat Old Mine Cut Diamond Engagement Ring in Bicolor Gold
The concept of taking grandma's diamond from a ring that doesn't suit you and putting it into a more modern mounting isn't new. In fact, we suspect that's exactly what happened with this piece in the 1930's.
The center stone of this diamond ring is an approximate 0.25ct Old Mine cut diamond, likely cut in the 1800's. The mounting, however, is straight out of the 1930's. Bicolor gold, with the majority of the ring being 14K yellow, and the square frame around the diamond being 14K white. An engraved rose design flanks the central diamond on each side and the shoulders have a Deco-inspired dramatic taper that's reminiscent of an elongated shield.
A lovely marriage between old world design and an older world diamond, this late Art Deco ring would make an ideal engagement ring because it shares one important quality with the love you have for each other: timelessness.
RING WIDTH: 6.17mm
DIAMOND MEASUREMENTS: 4.10mm x 3.75mm (approximately 0.22 - 0.26ct)
METAL: 14K yellow gold, 14K white gold
SIZE 6 (can be sized)