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0.51 ct. European Cut Cut Solitaire Ring

Washington District of Columbia United States
Auction Ended: 02/04/2015
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platinum custom made solitaire ring consisting of european cut shape, natural diamond, weighing 0.51 - 0.53 carats, having a H color and VS2 clarity, according to GIA grading scale. The center stone measuring 4.99mm x 5.11mm x 3.26mm. All surrounding diamonds are genuine with a total carat weight (cttw) of 0.12000000000000001 carats.

Ring Attributes

Style: Solitaire
Metal Type: Platinum
Ring Size: 5.0
Metal Weight (g): 2.2

Center Stone Attributes

Stone Type: Natural
Shape: European Cut
Length (mm): 4.99
Width (mm): 5.11
Depth (mm): 3.26
Carat Weight: 0.51 - 0.53
Color: H
Color Shade: Yellowish
Clarity: VS2
Polish: Good
Symmetry: Good
Fluorescence Intensity: None
Table (%): 48
Girdle: Thin
Diamond Treated: No
Clarity enhanced: No
Color enhanced: No
Chips: None
Chip Description: The stone has an area under the prong where there is a cluster of indented naturals, however this is not a chip.
Inclusion location: Girdle
Inclusion Grade: Eye clean
Inclusion Type: Feather
Inclusion Description: The grade making inclusions are two very small dark crystal clusters located in the crown with one inside the table and the other near the girdle.
Culet Size: Small
Culet Condition: Pointed
Certificate: None
Laser inscription: None
Blemishes location: None
Setting Type: Prong

Minor Stone Batch Attributes

Stone Type: Natural
Number of Stones: 2
Total Carat Weight (CTTW): 0.10
Average Diamond Size: 0.0500
Shape: Baguette
Average Color Grade: H-I
Average Clarity Grade: VS1-VS2
Certificate: None
Grooved: No
Setting Type: Bezel

Minor Stone Batch Attributes

Stone Type: Natural
Number of Stones: 6
Total Carat Weight (CTTW): 0.02
Average Diamond Size: 0.0033
Shape: Round
Average Color Grade: G-H
Average Clarity Grade: VS2-SI1
Certificate: None
Grooved: No
Setting Type: Pavé

Additional Information

Authentic Art Deco diamond engagement ring in iridium platinum circa 1930. The small round diamonds are single cuts. Condition: Good- the head is slightly torqued(not straight) causing the diamond to be sitting in the ring slightly crooked (this should be a simple repair to straighten), there is a newer 1/4 shank at the sizing, and it appears one of the double tips has been retipped with white gold.
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