The Malibu - c1930s Art Deco Diamond Platinum Toi At Moi Ring

Style: You are looking at a spectacular estate ring featuring two transition cut diamonds each just under half carat set in a Holliwood Glam Era platinum mounting displaying multiple side diamonds. The main two diamonds are transitional diamond cuts, a cut popular during the transition from Old European Cutting style to Modern Brilliant Cutting Style in the 1930s, side diamonds are Old European Cut and Single Circular Cut. Toi at Moi means you and I in French and is used to describe two gemstone rings. These rings have a beautiful meaning symbolizing an intertwining of the two souls into one whole. Toi at Moi rings were very popular as engagement rings in the late 19th - early 20th century, a trend rumored to have been started by Napoleon with a beautiful Toi at Moi ring he gave Josephine

Diamonds: total diamond weight of the ring is 1.51carat total weight by formula, one transitional cut diamond 0.49ct by formula 5.1-5.2x3.03mm, one transitional cut diamond 0.44ct by formula 5.5-5.0x2.56mm clarity SI2-I1/color J, several girdle chips visible only with magnification; side diamonds are old european cut and single cut with total weight of approximately 0.58 ct

Gemstones measured & graded while set subject to mounting limitations, weight is calculated by formula, grades and weights are approximate

Metals: Platinum (hallmarked & tested) 10% iridium 90%platinum

Hallmarks: 10% irid plat

Ring Size: 8.75

Total Weight: 7.0g

Measurements: 16.2mm wide in the front (N-S), shank is 1.6mm wide in the back

Included: lovely ring box

Condition: estate item in very good condition

SKU: JA2903