Antique German c. 1920s Engagement Ring with a GIA 2.02 Old Mine Cut Diamond Center

Period: c. 1920s post-Victorian; German (Berlin) origin

Marks: The ring is stamped with what looks like “XX” (it's more like a V superimposed over an A), which we believe to be the mark for Wilhelm Müller, a German jewelry company established in 1887 by Friedrich Wilhelm Müller and supported by his wife, a Leipzig jeweler’s daughter. 

Materials: 14K (marked "585") green gold (a pale silvery-yellow hue); platinum; diamonds

Dimensions: the diamond (the ring’s widest feature) measures 7.06 mm north-to-south; the ring stands 5.50 mm tall above the finger

Size: 7 1/4 (free sizing)

Diamonds:
    Center: GIA-assessed 2.02 carat Old Mine Cut diamond with O-P color (of a color very similar to the gold in the mount) and VS1 clarity
    Accents: two Single Cut diamonds (.02 ctw.; est)

 

 

Item Q3833
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