This Edwardian ring juxtaposes ornate scrollwork—such as that found on ancient Corinthian capitals—with a nature-derived twig and leaf motif. The result is an exquisite open-filigree engagement ring that features craftsmanship and delicacy that are absent from jewelry created after the 1930s. Yet the method of fabrication and hand-tooling have work-hardened the metal, making it far stronger for its mass than contemporary pieces.
Date: c. 1920
Materials: platinum; diamonds
Size: 5 1/4+ (please contact us for sizing information)
Center: 1.21 carat (weighed) early Old European Cut diamond; KL color (faces up white); VS1 clarity
Accents: .25 ctw (est); eight Single Cut diamonds
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