This stunning vintage diamond dress ring has been crafted in platinum.
The unusual lobed geometric design is ornamented with a feature 0.33ct old european round cut diamond eight claw set in relief to the centre of a fluted decorated mount.
A further twenty-two, well colour matched eight-cut diamonds embellish the symmetrically shaped borders around the feature ribbed wire work design.
Another feature of this exceptional 1940's dress ring is the stranded wire work platinum ring shoulders accented with scroll, circlet and bead decoration.
The shoulders integrate in to the mount, and conjoin to the reverse of the ring, creating a four-stranded shank.
This fine and stunning 1940's diamond ring is supplied with an independent IDGL diamond grading report certificate for the feature diamond, in addition to the IDGL diamond grading report card illustrated.
This vintage French cocktail ring is clearly hallmarked to the surface of the shank with the French guarantee hallmark for platinum (dog's head) and the maker's mark.
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