Here is a very attractive antique diamond ring from the Edwardian era that is so unique and special and is one of the reason why antique diamond rings are so loved thanks to the individual style of them.
Hand made in 18ct yellow gold and platinum, it is set with 2 main old European cut diamonds that total 0.58 carats, with a further 31 diamonds not only around the 2 main diamonds but also on each side of the band, and these diamonds in all total 0.38 carats.
The 2 main diamonds are bezel set giving this ring a very smooth clean look and bezel setting of diamonds has remained popular even with diamond rings today.
Platinum and gold was a popular combination of metals during this period and well into the Art Deco period of the 1920’s and is one of the main reasons that antique rings last in such superb condition even 100 years later.
On the finger, this ring sits so well thanks to its flat design making it very easy and practical to wear every day and the ring measures 14mm from top to bottom and really stands out on the finger.
Antique diamond rings are always so unique, and this one is a real stand out piece and typical of the “new” designs coming out during the start of the 20th century.
The style of this ring is so attractive and individual and would also make a perfect example of an antique diamond engagement ring with a difference.