This 1930s Art Deco solitaire engagement ring features a super fiery late Old European Cut. It has a small table and broad pinwheel-like floral facet pattern that is prized in the Old European cut, but like the Transitional Cut does not have an open culet (the facet on the bottom point of the diamond which was a classic feature of Old Mine and Old European Cuts). This is indicative of the period when diamond techniques were changing and developing into what we now know as the Modern Round Brilliant. This diamond is a rare and special representation of its time, and the result is a simply stunning diamond! It is near colorless and faces up very white, is eye clean, and throws broad flashes of pastel rainbows! It is 5mm in diameter, weighing approximately 0.50cts, and the square setting gives it a beautiful bold look with clean lines. The prongs of the box setting are 14k white gold which blends in with the diamond, and the basket and band are a buttery 14k yellow gold. The ring is currently a size 7.5 and can be easily sized.
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