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Art Deco 18ct White Gold Old European-Cut Diamond & Natural Sapphire Engagement Ring - 0.63ct Diamond

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SKU: X0584



A magnificent Art Deco 18ct White Gold old European-cut Diamond & natural Sapphire engagement ring. We've never seen so much sparkle! From her royal blue natural Sapphire accents to her impressive scintillating Diamond spread of 0.63ct, every inch of her is an Art Deco dream.

Poised atop a cool, solid and luxurious 18ct White Gold band, this ring will satisfy your every jewellery craving! Complete with ornate settings and a slender band, she would make an exquisite choice for an engagement ring. You don't need a special occasion to purchase this beauty for, however. She would make a fine addition to any jewellery collection!

Item Details:

ERA: Late Art Deco, 1930s-1940s. 

RING SIZE: UK Size L.5 / US Size 5 & 7/8
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MEASUREMENTS: Ring head is 13.5mm tall x 9.5mm wide, rising 6.5mm high above the finger.
Central old European-cut Diamond is approx. 5.4mm wide, with J-K colour and Si clarity, approx. 0.55ct.
8 x surrounding Diamonds each graduate from 1mm to 1.5mm in diameter.
Total Diamond weight approx. 0.63ct.
Sapphires are on average 1.5mm in diameter.
Weight: 2.9g.

MATERIALS: 18ct White Gold, 9ct Gold basket, Diamonds (0.63ct),  Natural Sapphires (French and custom-cut trilliant).

HALLMARKS:  Tests as 18ct White Gold shank and shoulders, 9ct White Gold basket and settings.


VERY GOOD. This Art Deco 18ct White Gold old European-cut Diamond and natural Sapphire engagement ring is in very good condition. The Diamonds are incredible, with the central beauty possessing a lovely quality colour and clarity, with no dark spot carbon inclusions, a beautiful depth to the crown and chunky facets. The rest of the ring is also in amazing condition - we can still see crisp millegrain details and all the custom-cut Sapphires are original and intact, free from chips, cracks or damage at all. The only tell-tale sign that this ring has had a previous life is the resize mark to the back of the band which of course can't be seen when worn, and is quite subtle. Overall, an impressive Art Deco ring for you to treasure for a lifetime to come!