Antique Art Deco .92ct Trans Cut Diamond Platinum Engagement Ring c.1930s GIA Graded

Style: You are looking at an striking antique ring. The ring features a gorgeous 0.76carat old transition cut diamond. Transition cut diamonds were made in the late 1920s and 1930s during the transition period between Old European Cuts and Modern Brilliant Cuts. Visually the diamond shows lots of life and sparkle. The diamond is set in a breathtaking platinum mounting featuring additional round cut diamonds, gorgeous engraving work and platinum openwork . The level of workmanship that has gone into this antique ring is incredible. The ring comes accompanied with a GIA report number 6177393807, the girdle of the diamond is laser engraved with the GIA report number as well for added security. This ring is absolutely breathtaking

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Metals: Platinum

Diamonds: total diamond weight 0.92ct; one transitional cut diamond graded by GIA as follows: shape and cutting style-circular brilliant; measurements 5.62x5.77x3.61; carat weight 0.76ct; color grade K; clarity grade SI1; polish - good; symmetry - fair (something we almost always see with older hand cut diamonds); fluorescence - none; micro lazer inscription on girdle 6177393807. Ten side diamonds with estimated weight of 0.16ct

Ring Size: ring measured slightly over size 8, can be resized within reason by a reputable bench jeweler

Total Weight: 4.1g

Measurements: 10.65 wide in the front (N-S), shank 1.5mm wide in the back, ring sits 6.6mm tall

Hallmarks: Platinum 5% Iridium

Items included: GIA Diamond Dossier report & lovely presentation box

Time of Production: estimated late 1920s - 1930s

Condition: Estate item in excellent condition consistent with normal wear

SKU: JA2142