Art Deco 2.47 Carat Old European Cut Diamond Engagement Ring


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Art Deco 18k white gold and diamond ring. This exquisite ring is a testament to the craftsmanship and design sensibilities that define the Art Deco period, making it the perfect symbol of enduring love. At the heart of this remarkable ring gleams a stunning 2.47 carat Old European cut diamond, captivating with its scintillating fire and brilliance. The slender 18k white gold setting serves as the foundation for the diamond's splendor, with shoulders that boast classic decorative detail and lead the eye toward the polished shank. Whether chosen as a token of love or as a statement of personal elegance, this ring is a true testament to your appreciation of tradition, artistry, and enduring beauty.

  • Metal: 18K White Gold
  • Stone: 1 Old European Cut Diamond (approx. 2.47 carats, VVS2 clarity, K color)
  • Ring Size: 6.75 and can be sized one or two sizes larger or smaller.

    Walton's Jewelry offers, and encourages, frequent complimentary inspection and cleaning for the life of your jewelry. In the event that a repair needs to be made, we can take care of that, too! Here are some helpful tips to extend the life of your heirloom jewelry:

    • 3 Places to Never Wear Your Jewelry: to the gym, in the shower, & while sleeping. Read more >
    • When you're not wearing your jewelry, store it in a clean, dry, room temperature, safe place. Avoid tossing it in a drawer where the gems could get scratched or damaged.
    • Have your jewelry professionally cleaned and checked as often as you'd like, but we recommend every 4-6 months.
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