Description

This is about as perfect a Mid-Century engagement ring as you're likely to see folks!  Made circa 1950's, this gorgeous ring holds a central 1.62ct Marquise Cut natural diamond, prong set up high like the most beautiful martini glass you've ever seen and flanked by two tapered baguettes set in 14k white gold.  This diamond graded GSI1 by GIA and I feel like they were a little hard on the clarity because this baby is CLEAN!  Just a couple of teeny tiny little feathers under the prongs at one tip.  This is an old cut Marquise, meaning it has a culet and its proportions are less angular and sharp than a modern cut Marquise.  What does this mean?  This means you get much more dispersion--or rainbow sparkles--that you would a modern cut and the sparkle is softer.  It is quite beautiful and if you've never seen an old cut Marquise before you should come on in and see this one.  It's just utterly glamorous, I can't stop putting it on and looking at it!  If you're the next one to wear this beauty then congratulations, because you're going to spend the rest of your life getting big time compliments on your ring!

Currently size 7.75 and can be resized as needed.  One resizing provided, please allow one week.

Stamped "14k" and tested for metal content.

Measures 5/8" north to south at the widest.

Central diamond weighs 1.62ct and is graded GSI1.  Baguette diamonds weigh .22ctw and grade F-G Color and VS2 Clarity.

In excellent vintage condition!  

All purchases from Bavier Brook arrive in an elegant box, fully wrapped in fine paper. Please inquire for international shipping. Don't hesitate to ask if you have any questions, we are happy to answer them!