Edwardian Halo Engagement Ring
The Kat ring is an Edwardian halo engagement ring circa 1910! This stunning ring centers and old mine cut diamond that weighs 1.79 carats of L-M color, SI1 clarity. The diamond is held by 4 tab-style platinum prongs and set amidst a diamond-laden platinum topped yellow gold setting. Both above and below the central diamond are 5 bead set diamonds. Towards the band on each side are two old European cut diamonds. The total carat weight for the side diamonds is approximately 0.32 carats, The setting has open metal work and millegrain detailing. The ring is size 5.25 and can be resized!
Why We Love It
Oh, my. Everything about this ring is beautiful! The diamond is the perfect, chunky old mine cut set in an intricate setting with lots of old cut diamond sparkle! The ring is also super low profile!Read more...