Diamond ring, 1960s. This striking ring is an excellent example of 1960s jewellery design, combining baguette and brilliant-cut diamonds set in scrolled patterns, ingeniously recreating the pear-shaped outline of the central diamond. The intricate setting of these multiple small diamonds creates a tapestry of stones that catch the light differently with each movement of the hand – perfect as a backdrop for the pear-shaped central diamond, making this ring a beautiful and striking alternative to the classic diamond solitaire or cluster ring.
Why I love it...
“ a truly astonishing and unique ring design - we had to buy it. This stunning Vintage, Platinum, Diamond Cluster Ring is the perfect for creating a statement”
- Sammy, Founder
Place Of OriginUSA
Stone TypePear-shaped diamond - approx. 1.20 carats, estimated colour I-J, SI1 clarity.Remaining diamonds - approx. 2.00 carats total
Stone DimensionsPear-shaped diamond approx. 9.0 x 5.7 x 4.0mm
Height of setting: 11mmWidth of setting at front: 21 x 16mm
Metal TypePlatinum and Iridium
MarksStamped '10%IRIDPLAT' to interior of shank
Date Of Manufacture1960's
Period Of ManufactureMid 20th century
ConditionVery good Antique Engagement Ring
Signs Of WearVery minor wear commensurate with age
Band SizeUK: J / US: 4.5 (complimentary re-size available)