- Nov 24, 2006
I temporarily have in my possession a very sentimental ring -- the center stone is my great grandmother''s Old English Cut diamond, one of the side stones is my grandmother''s 0.33 OEC engagement diamond, and the other side stone is another OEC family stone. Sadly, one of the side stones is badly damaged - the prong is trying to cover it. I''ve been admiring this ring my whole life and hope to inherit it someday . I have it right now because I was allowed to wear it for my wedding on Sept. 2nd. I had the ring appraised for insurance purposes and the center stone is an H VS2. However, the main inclusion is just barely beneath the table, and if it weren''t for that and a few little chips on the girdle, it might be a VVS or even an IF. I''ve been thinking about what I might do with it if I do inherit it -- the setting is not sentimental so I would most likely choose a new setting... any obvious ideas?