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Some of the finest diamond jewelry ever made was produced around the turn of the last century. Dainty filigree pieces covered in bead set diamonds were bountiful during the early 1900s because of an influx of diamonds into the marketplace and the growing use of platinum, a strong, ductile material that revolutionized jewelry design.
This stunning platinum ring from the early 1900s features a transitional cut center diamond of approximately 0.65ct, SI1 clarity, G-H color and 8 single cut diamonds. The total carat weight of the diamonds is 0.73ct.
The ring is currently a size 6.75, but it can be re-sized free of charge. It is in very good condition.
Materials: Diamond, Platinum.
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