The Elsa ring is a vintage pear cut engagement ring with side stones from the Art Deco Era, circa 1925! This ring centers a GIA-Certified 2.25 carat antique cut pear diamond of F color, SI2 clarity. The diamond is set in a 6-prong platinum setting and has three diamond lining each shoulder. The ring is size 6 and can be resized!
Antique pears are just the best! This beauty is all about that stunning center diamond with a perfectly minimal setting to enhance, yet not outshine, that beautiful stone! We absolutely love the millegrain detail surrounding the side stones, too! The delicate claw prongs mimic the shape of the center stone for an seamless pairing!
This pear cut engagement ring is also the perfect size—enough to let you know its there but not too much to weigh you down. Plus, because the pear cut can show color better than others, the F color keeps the stone sparkling white, especially in this platinum setting with icy side stones!
The pear cut offers a one-of-a-kind vintage look! Also known as a teardrop or a modified brilliant cut diamond, the pear cut rose in popularity in the early half of the 20th century. During the 1920s, especially, the pear cut fit in well with the bold geometric designs that were all the craze. However, as we see with the Elsa ring, it also has a delicate side!
Here are a few reasons you’ll love to wear a pear:
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