Edwardian Platinum Five Stone Diamond Filigree Ring (Antique)
With the beginning of the Edwardian period came the discovery of torches hot enough to melt platinum. It was most certainly a eureka moment, as the end result was a platinum jewelry fad, the likes of which has not been seen since. Just about every piece of jewelry of the era was made of platinum as jewelers realized it’s strength for things like delicate filigree work (also a fad of the times). Our five stone diamond filigree ring is a fine example.
What We Love About It:
The elegance of the filigree work, which is so classical and true to period. And the five fiery old european and mine cut diamonds don’t hurt either.
The ring, once owned by the wife of a US diplomat serving as Ambassador to Belgium, is crafted out of platinum and 18kt white gold (stamped inside the shank) and contains five old euro and old mine cut diamonds, the center of which weighs and approximate .10cts, with an approximated total weight of .18ctw. The ring is currently a size 3.5 US but could easily be sized up or down by our jeweler (see details in the listing) or by yours.
We know you’re a trendsetter. So were the Edwardians. So you’ll fit right in.