Late Art Deco Pear Cut Diamond 2.41ct FVS1 Engagement Ring Platinum c. 1940
This is a late Art Deco era engagement ring with an old cut modified Pear Brilliant diamond weighing 2.41ct with F Color and VS1 Clarity, set in platinum with kite shaped side diamonds. Proportionally this diamond is astounding, it is pillowy and almost heart-shaped and works perfectly with the side stones and mounting. This ring is extremely elegant and came from a local estate with an interesting and glamorous story, but there is no way to verify it so I can't share it here, though I believe it to be true.
What can I say about this incredible, mind-blowing ring? You know those people who marry inanimate objects? This is how I feel about this ring! Pear cut, will you marry me?! I tried to start a tradition where you get a new engagement ring every year, but it didn't take and believe me if it did I would not be selling this gorgeous beauty. This ring is as good as it gets guys. Pics, videos do not do her justice. She must be seen in person, her aura must be felt. Everyone who has seen this ring has been seduced by it, it has become legendary already. Whoever gets this ring will become the envy of many, myself included.
Currently this ring is a size 6 and can be resized as needed. Not stamped or signed but tested for metal content. Kite shaped diamonds weigh approximately .50ctw with G-H Color and VS2 Clarity. The GIA eReport can be found here. Face of the ring measures 11mm length north to south. Band tapers from 2mm to 1.5mm. There are small nicks to the mounting as is typical of a ring from this era.
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