"This three-stone diamond ring is set with a trio of brilliant-cut diamonds, in platinum claw settings which allow light to flood into them. The modern round brilliant cut was in fact invented in 1919, but gradually gained prominence over the course of the 20th century, for its unparalleled ability to reflect light in the diamond back at the viewer. These three diamonds are beautifully matched, creating a continuous band of sparkle across the finger, creating an overall outline that sits better alongside wedding bands. This is a beautiful Vintage Engagement Ring in its own right and a great addition to any ring stack."
Place of Origin:
Centre Diamond approximately 0.90ct
6.4mm x 6.4mm x 3.5mm
Other Diamonds 0.65ct each
Total 2.20cts total
Front Head 7.5mm x 19mm
Platinum, 18ct White Gold
Manufacture Date & Period:
Condition & Wear:
Veery Good / Wear commensurate with age
UK L ½ / US 6 (complimentary re-size available)
This ring can easily be re-sized
What does my gemstone mean?
The durability and robustness of a diamond awards it connotations with impenetrable strength. The clarity and luminosity of a diamond also grant it associations with the kind of lightness and sparkle we want to attract into both our personal and romantic lives. Notable and high standing figures throughout history have adorned themselves in diamonds as a sign of prestige and power as well as in the hope that this resilient and perennial stone will inspire strength and clear thinking.