This platinum Art Deco ring sparkles with over half a carat of diamonds. The center stone is a round cut transitional diamond, held in place by four prongs that give the stone a geometric, squared off look. The four smaller diamonds along the band are round cut and Old European cut, held in square settings that descend in size like steps. The settings give the illusion that the diamonds are both round and square-ish, a geometric effect that was popular in Art Deco design. This ring would make a gorgeous engagement ring, or would stack well with eternity bands to add more sparkle to your hand.
The diamonds in this ring are of excellent quality. They are near colorless, at H-I in color, and are VS-II to SL-I in clarity. These are bright and lively diamonds in a beautiful, classic design.
The central diamond is 4.75 mm and .44 of a carat. The middle diamonds are 2.25 mm each, with a combined carat weight of .08. The two smallest diamonds are 1.5 mm each, with a combined weight of .03. The ring’s total carat weight is .55 of a carat. The ring weighs 3.2 grams.