- Aug 14, 2018
I would never guess the stone is 1.33. It looks huge on your hand!!!
I love this ring! Still for sale it seems. What do you think is a reasonable value for it relative to the asking price?
I tried to this pretty the other day. 1920 delicate filigree setting with 1.33 OEC. An I1 but all you saw was chunky flashes I wish I could post videos here bc can’t get a clear pic.
2k isn’t pocket change, but I think if the seller is accurate in the description - I think it’s attractively priced for the diamonds alone, for a retail item, with what seems to be a solid return policy.
Gorgeous bar pin made of solid platinum with app 2.50ctw genuine round old miner cut diamonds of the highest quality h color VS AND 6 French cut sapphires app 1 ctw Measures 2.5” long Weighs 6.5grwww.etsy.com
If I were in the market for a slightly graduated nine stone band and maybe a separate dark sapphire half hoop to boot, as I don’t seem to wear pins ......I’d try it myself.
I came across this the other day. I love it and think it is so unique. Plus i am a sucker for rose cut diamonds, but practically I cannot wear the necklace part But maybe once a year. I asked the vendor about the ring size and main diamond. She said the ring is sized at 5.5. But no real clear answer about the main diamond specs. I can’ t tell if thevtine of the diamond is enhanced by the yellow gold screw or not. But regardless it is a stunning bit of vintage jewelry.
Sometimes you are lucky enough to come across an extraordinary piece of jewelry history. And when you doyou buy it! I had a friend that was a dealer and his favorite quote was “The time to buy an antique is when you see it!” Meaning if you hesitate it will be gone! This is one of those times. Anwww.etsy.com
OMG, this is amazing! I just saved it to my etsy. But no return policy. On an item at this price.