Platinum + .83ct Old Euro Cut
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Why Talking Is a Good Idea
Buying jewelry online is intimidating. We should know. We've been selling online for 17 years.
We've taken a totally different approach. A personal one.
Remember how experiences used to be intimate? Jewelry buying should be an intimate experience.
It isn't about having the largest selection, or selling the cheapest (i.e. low quality) jewelry. We’re not aiming to be the Amazon of jewelry. We are a family-owned jewelry store in Modesto (California) that is very picky about quality and design. That's been our calling card since 1989.
Beautiful jewelry should stir the soul. Before selecting a piece for display we ask, “How does this design make me feel?”
In a world of infinite choice, it’s nice to slow down and appreciate the work of master craftsmen.
Don’t use your credit card to buy this. Not yet.
It’s 5:40 AM in Modesto right now. Call us and see why we fell in love with this piece. One shouldn’t ever have to buy jewelry online without asking all your questions first. Oh, that’s right, that’s what makes us different from the thousands of online jewelry sites out there.
When you call you aren’t talking to an agent in a call center. Your talking to either Ron Yates, Ashton Yates-Woolley, Marissa Stewart, Mechelle Yates, or Justice Carillo at our Modesto store location.
There is some gorgeous filigree detail on all four sides that is nearly in perfect condition. This is a rarity to find a ring nearly 100 years old with the filigree work still intact and not have repaired areas. Someone took very good care of this ring.
Also, notice on the edges the fine milgrain detail. And on the shank there is a hand engraved wheat design. Just beautiful!
The center diamond is very nice. Just under a carat, with an estimated weight of .83ct (6.12 - 6.05 x 3.58mm). The clarity is SI1-VS2 and color is I.
|Metal:||Platinum||Center Diamond:||.83ct Old European Cut||Diamond Quality:||I / SI1+||Side Diamonds:||.10ctw||Finger Size:||6.5||Circa:||1920s - 1930s:|