Vintage Midcentury Three-Stone Diamond Ring with a Hexagonal Center

Period: c. mid-late 1900s with a Midcentury design overall, but bearing a hint of Victorian influence. The center stone is an antique Old Mine Cut and outdates the ring itself. The stone was likely cut in the mid-1800s and then, much later, set into this ring on behalf of a client bearing an heirloom stone, or by a jeweler who happened to have the stone in inventory after pulling it from an old mount.

Materials: 14K gold; diamonds

Dimensions: 7 mm north-to-south; the ring stands 4 mm tall above the finger

Size: 5 (free sizing)

Diamonds: 
     Center: GIA certified .86 carat Old Mine Cut diamond with J color and SI1 clarity (Purchase includes a facsimile of the GIA report and the ability to retrieve the report online. Purchase does not include the original GIA document.)
     Accents: two Round Brilliant Cut diamonds (.14 ctw., est. with approx. H-I color and VS2-SI1 clarity overall)

 

 

Item TS269
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