Art Deco Platinum 1.80 CTW Old Mine Cut Diamond Ring

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Art Deco platinum and diamond ring. This enchanting three-stone Art Deco ring, elegantly hand-detailed in platinum, features a sparkling trio of Old Mine cut diamonds. Almost as impressive as the diamonds is the exemplary platinum mounting, elegantly adorned on the side gallery with intricate filigree wirework.

  • Metal: Platinum
  • Center Stone: 1 Old Mine Cut Diamond (approx. 0.80 carat, I1 clarity, K color)
  • Accent Stones: 2 Old Mine Cut Diamonds (approx. 1.00 carats total weight, SI1/SI2 clarity, K/L color)
  • Ring Size: 5.75 and can be sized one or two sizes larger or smaller.

We believe in maintaining the timeless beauty of your jewelry through frequent complimentary inspections and cleanings for its lifetime. Should repairs be necessary, rest assured, we're here to assist you every step of the way. Here are some helpful tips to extend the life of your heirloom jewelry:

  • Avoid wearing your jewelry in environments where it may be exposed to harsh chemicals or excessive force, such as the gym, in the shower, or while sleeping. Read more >
  • When your jewelry is not in use, store it in a clean, dry, room temperature environment to prevent scratching or damage. Avoid haphazard storage in drawers or other places where gems could potentially be harmed.
  • Take advantage of our professional cleaning and inspection services as often as you'd like, with our recommendation being every 4-6 months.

Your heirloom jewelry deserves the utmost care and attention, and we're committed to helping you preserve its beauty for generations to come. We understand the significance of these rare antique pieces and treat them with the utmost care and respect. Like most precious, delicate objects, they deserve special attention to ensure they endure as cherished heirlooms for years to come.


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