So before we begin I want to note that this I1 grade was a bit harsh. The Stone is very eye clean for it being an older cut style. I have been buying and selling estate jewelry since 2004 and literally and myself attended the GIA for diamond grading. The stone has zero black both visibly and to the loupe. The inclusions are a light greay and spread in the stone so no easily visible to the eye. We sent this to GIA in hopes it would achieve an SI2 so take advantage or punching a eye clean, unique, old cut stone at a price of an I1. The ring is made of 90% platinum 10% Iridium which is common to this period. The ring features 2 diamonds on each side of the main center stone ( one single cut round and an old cut emerald baguette.) As you all know, antique engagement rings command large premiums. We have priced this ring at the price of a modern good eye clean I1 with a colorless grade of H. We have taken some great photos for you to see all details and also posted a copy of the GIA report. The stone is laser inscribed for your peace of mind.
Ring Type: Antique, Art deco engagement ring
Metal: 90% Platinum 10% iridium
Accent Diamonds: 4 diamonds totaling to .15 ctw.
Ring Measurements: The shank tapers in size from 2.8mm at the widest point down to 1.5 mm at the lowest. Diamond sits from the base of the head to the top of the diamond, 6.3mm high.
Weight: 4.76 grams
Center Diamond Info: One, GIA certified diamond with the following specifications:
GIA Report Number: 2215300936
Shape: Round Brilliant
Measurements: 7.48-7.64 x 4.67 mm
Carat Weight: 1.64 Carat
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