1940s 14kt Two-Tone Diamond Solitaire Engagement Ring (Vintage)
Retro Modern Era 1940 – 1950
We try and make sure that we have a nice cross-section of engagement rings in stock. Because sometimes the urge to propose just comes over you and you need a ring RIGHT NOW. We stock several styles and sizes because every recipient is unique and so should the engagement ring she wears be also. This little number is sweet and charming and will be the perfect diamond solitaire engagement ring for the right woman out there somewhere.
What We Love About It:
We love that it’s two-tone, making it easy for it to go with all of your jewels and not go out of style when the wind changes direction. Using both yellow and white gold ensures a timelessness that, in our eyes, is important.
The ring, from sometime during the 1940s – the 1950s, is crafted out of 14kt yellow gold with a 14kt white gold head (where the diamonds sits). At the center point, sits a round brilliant cut diamond weighing .06ct and at a G/SI1 color and clarity grade. The illusion head makes the stone appear larger than it actually is – a trick that was very popular at that time. The head is nestled in-between a split shank that terminates in a small three-petaled flower on each side. There is some engraving to the inside of the shank – 8320-05 and 14kt woodcrest (we assume woodcrest to be the style name). It’s currently a US size 6 but could easily be sized up or down by our jeweler (see our sizing info within this post for pricing) or by yours. It weighs in at 1.91g.
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