Antique diamond engagement rings have always remained popular for brides-to-be as there is so much charm and character that only a genuine antique diamond engagement ring has such as this wonderful example that we have here.
This 5 stone diamond engagement ring was hand made in 18ct gold in the early 1900’s, and has so much detail that will separate this antique engagement ring from so many other of the modern diamond engagement rings.
On the side is the most wonderful scroll work design which is what makes antique engagement rings so popular and will be shown to all of your friends with pride.
The five diamonds on the top are not just claw set, as the scroll work comes to the top and forms a wonderful “bridge” from one diamond to the other.
It is all of this small detail that makes antique diamond engagement rings so delightful to own and wear and the individual character of a hand made ring over a modern mass produced cast made rings makes it even more unique and special.
With the diamonds having a total weight of 1.17 carats they are H to I in colour and Si clarity and these diamonds are old European cut diamonds which were cut before the modern brilliant cut diamond today which have the same number of facets as a modern brilliant cut diamond but different angles and was the popular cut of diamond when this engagement ring was made, and has the added charm of all being hand cut diamonds, and they all have such a wonderful sparkle to them all.
There is nothing quite like an antique diamond engagement ring on your finger, and this engagement ring has so much detail and character that will always be admired and loved and being flat on the side will allow a wedding ring to sit next to it perfectly.