Period and details: c. 1910s - early 1920s; Edwardian / early Art Deco era; the piece presents exquisite open metalwork (often called "filigree," but this was technically hand pierced, which is a different and altogether more difficult and nuanced technique); this is one of the finest examples of an ornate Edwardian / early-Deco ring that we've had in our shop--it is truly a "best-in-class" piece.
Materials: platinum; diamonds
Dimensions: the top of the ring measures 9.20 mm wide north to south and tapers upwards as it approaches the main stone; the center stone measures 7.41 mm in diameter at its widest point; the ring stands 5.90 mm tall above the finger
Size: currently between 4 and 4 1/4 (free sizing where sizing is possible—contact us for more information)
Center: 1.60 carat Transitional Cut diamond (GIA assessed Circular Brilliant; K color; SI1 clarity)
Accents: .35-.40 ctw., est.; twenty-four Single Cut diamonds with approx. F color and VS2 clarity overall (accent diamonds assessed in their mounting by a GIA GD—weights and grades are approximate)