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This vintage old European cut diamond cocktail ring with 1940's-1950's Retro era styling is so unique and beautifully designed. Three old European cuts, one transitional cut, and five single cut diamonds with high color and good clarity (G-SI-SI2 on average) adorn this ring and have a total approximate weight of 0.32 carats. The stones are beautifully cut and have nice fire, eye clean facing up and extremely brilliant. Under 10x magnification we noticed that two stones have a small abrasion or open imperfection. These were hard to find under the loupe and are clean to the naked eye. The stones are all secure (one side prong needed re-tipping, and the piece has recently been freshly polished to a bright shine. It looks stunning, much better lovelier in person. A cool crosshatch design adds a great look, making this cocktail ring one of our personal favorites. The face of this ring is crafted in 14K white gold and measures 13.6 x 13.9 mm (elevation of the ring is 8.1mm) and the band is 14K yellow gold. Weight of this ring is 3.8 grams and it's fitted for a size 9.5 and sizable.

Lovely Vintage Old European Cut Diamond Cocktail Ring - 0.32 Carat Total Weight


  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: 14k yellow and white gold, european and single cut diamonds
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 264 reviews
  • Favorited by: 107 people

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