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This gorgeous vintage engagement ring features a stunning 0.80ct Old Transitional cut diamond and has a classically elegant design that will stay forever in style! Bridging the gap between Old cuts and modern round brilliants, Old Transitional cut diamonds were produced for a very short period of time and are exceptionally rare. This brilliant and eye clean beauty is accented by two elegant baguette cut diamonds and set in a classic platinum mounting with a gracefully structured prong setting. The minimal detailing on the setting offers a nod to the ring’s vintage provenance while preserving its simple, uncluttered, and forever classic look. Charmingly vintage yet timelessly sophisticated, this beauty would make a striking and enduring engagement or right hand ring!. Graded I for color, the center diamond faces up beautifully white. Graded SI2 for clarity, it is eye clean. The inclusions are thin and small. They disappear completely in the sparkle and are invisible to the naked eye. The hide extremely well even under thorough scrutiny. This diamond is an excellent combination of color and clarity as it is eye clean and faces up white without breaking the bank. The setting is solid platinum and serves as an elegant backdrop for the diamond’s dazzling display. The ring measures 5.9mm across (north south) and 6.6mm from finger to top. Charmingly vintage and imbued with an air of class and grace, this beauty is perfect for an engagement or right hand ring that will remain eternally in style!
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