This Edwardian ring highlights the intricate, platinum lattice work common in jewelry of this period. The old European-cut diamond weighs 2.20 cts, has L-M color, and a SI1 clarity grade. The accent old mine-cut diamonds weigh a total of 0.55 cts. The weight of the center diamond determines the price, though the accent diamonds contribute. However, the intact intricate platinum work, as well as the metal itself, plays a major role. Photograph by Cole Bybee. Image courtesy of Lang Antique and Estate Jewelry.
Article: Antique Engagement Rings
Credit: Lang Antique and Estate Jewelry
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