Inv. #23761
Diamond Floret Ring 18k c1920s
Price: $3,800.00
Circa 1920s, 18k.  This delightful ring features .64 carats of diamonds surrounding a brilliant .75-carat center stone. The look is fashion-fresh, meticulously modern, and playful printemps. Finely fabricated in eighteen-karat white gold with superb quality stones, this ring is in excellent condition.  Note; meticulously restored hoop
Remarks from Lawrence Jeffrey: "Some pieces of jewelry are just perfect, anywhere, any time. This is that ring."
Condition: Excellent condition.
Ring Size: 6 1/4, it can be sized.
Weight: 2.1 gr
Stones: .75 carat I color, SI1 clarity diamond and .64 carats total weight additional I-J color, SI1 clarity diamonds = 1.39 carats total weight
Hallmarks: 18k and maker's mark
Price: $3,800.00
#23761
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Your jewelry will arrive in a lovely presentation box.
Where possible, an outer box will also be included.

All gemstones are natural without color alteration or glass fill, stones that are traditionally heated may be heated unless stated otherwise. For a complete explanation of how information regarding our pieces is derived please click Provisos.

Your jewelry will arrive in a lovely presentation box.
Where possible, an outer box will also be included.

All gemstones are natural without color alteration or glass fill, stones that are traditionally heated may be heated unless stated otherwise. For a complete explanation of how information regarding our pieces is derived please click Provisos.

Your jewelry will arrive in a lovely presentation box.
Where possible, an outer box will also be included.

All gemstones are natural without color alteration or glass fill, stones that are traditionally heated may be heated unless stated otherwise. For a complete explanation of how information regarding our pieces is derived please click Provisos.

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