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Worldly Delights: Fine Jewels, Art, & Decorations

Tue, May 16, 2023 11:00AM EDT
Lot 76

Vintage Wedding & Engagement Diamond Ring Set

Estimate: $1,500 - $3,000

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Vintage diamond wedding and engagement ring set, soldered together as one ring, likely ca. 1920s to 1940s. The engagement ring is platinum; stamped along the interior. The engagement ring is set with a circular brilliant-cut central diamond set in a square four-prong crown. There are six mixed-cut diamonds along both sides of the central diamond set in four-prong fishtail mountings. The wedding ring is 14k white gold; stamped along the interior. The wedding ring has a row of six round brilliant-cut diamonds, each set in a four-prong fishtail mounting. There is a temporary sizing band affixed near the bottom. With a recent appraisal.
Gross weight: 8.3 g. US ring size: 5. (Engagement ring central diamond) height: 5.75 mm x width: 5.7 mm x depth: 3.12 mm; total est. carat weight is .62 carats. (Engagement ring side diamonds) diameter ranges from 1.8 mm to 2.1 mm; total est. carat weight is .36 carats. (Wedding ring diamonds) diameter ranges from 2.4 mm to 3.1 mm; total est. carat weight is .35 carats. Total weight of all diamonds is est. 1.33 carats.


The ring is in overall good condition though there is wear consistent with age and use. Engagement ring central diamond: fair cut; 54.5% depth percentage; 68.1% table percentage; thin to medium unpolished girdle with a large culet; good polish and symmetry; clarity graded as SI2; color graded as H. Engagement ring side diamonds: cuts include Old European, Old Mine, and single-cuts; fair proportions and finish (old style cuts); color graded H to I; clarity graded SI1 to I1. Wedding ring diamonds: good proportions and finish; color graded G to H; clarity graded VS2 to SI1.

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