Art Deco 1.5 Carat Diamond Navette Platinum Anniversary Engagement Ring - alpha-omega-jewelry
Art Deco 1.5 Carat Diamond Navette Platinum Anniversary Engagement Ring - alpha-omega-jewelry
Art Deco 1.5 Carat Diamond Navette Platinum Anniversary Engagement Ring - alpha-omega-jewelry
Art Deco 1.5 Carat Diamond Navette Platinum Anniversary Engagement Ring - alpha-omega-jewelry
Art Deco 1.5 Carat Diamond Navette Platinum Anniversary Engagement Ring - alpha-omega-jewelry
Art Deco 1.5 Carat Diamond Navette Platinum Anniversary Engagement Ring - alpha-omega-jewelry
Art Deco 1.5 Carat Diamond Navette Platinum Anniversary Engagement Ring - alpha-omega-jewelry
Art Deco 1.5 Carat Diamond Navette Platinum Anniversary Engagement Ring - alpha-omega-jewelry
Art Deco 1.5 Carat Diamond Navette Platinum Anniversary Engagement Ring - alpha-omega-jewelry
Art Deco 1.5 Carat Diamond Navette Platinum Anniversary Engagement Ring - alpha-omega-jewelry

Art Deco 1.5 Carat Diamond Navette Platinum Anniversary Engagement Ring

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Dazzling Art Deco 1920s period navette shaped diamond and platinum ring. The 3 old European cut diamonds set in the center have great brilliance. The middle stone weighs approximately 0.65 carats and is H/I in color and SI2 in clarity. The two diamonds above and below are G/H in color and VS2/SI1 in clarity. There are 6 additional old cut diamonds set around the navette, for a total diamond weight of apprximately carats. The gallery of the ring has classic Art Deco geometric patterning. The inside of the ring is marked “10% IRID PLATINUM” for metal purity.

A fabulous anniversary or engagement ring, this elegant ring would make a timeless addition to your jewelry collection!

Metal: Platinum

Weight: 3.5 grams

Diamonds: Approximately 1.5 carats

Ring Size: 6.5

Navette Size: 0.9 inches long by 0.4 inches wide

Markings: “10% IRID PLATINUM”


Condition: In good vintage condition with some minor surface wear. The center diamond and one of the smaller stones have some chips to the crown.