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Marquise & Baguette Diamond Art Deco Style Ring

Marquise & Baguette Diamond Art Deco Style Ring

A stunning marquise cut Art Deco style diamond ring.  This exquisite ring features a beautiful marquise cut diamond centre in a rubover setting.  The centre diamond is surrounded by a halo of channel set baguette cut diamonds and round brilliant cut diamonds on the shoulders.  Set in an elegant 18ct mount the diamonds total approximately 1.70ct.  A truly striking diamond dress ring that will add elegance to any outfit, the perfect gift for a special occasion.

Total price £5,700.00
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A stunning marquise cut Art Deco style diamond ring.  This exquisite ring features a beautiful marquise cut diamond centre in a rubover setting.  The centre diamond is surrounded by a halo of channel set baguette cut diamonds and round brilliant cut diamonds on the shoulders.  Set in an elegant 18ct mount the diamonds total approximately 1.70ct.  A truly striking diamond dress ring that will add elegance to any outfit, the perfect gift for a special occasion.

Ring Type:
Dress
Total Carat:
1.70
Gemstone:
Diamond
Gemstone Shape:
Marquise
Gemstone Carat:
1.05
Diamond Carat:
0.70
Diamond Colour:
G
Diamond Clarity:
VS
Setting:
Rubover Set
UK Hallmarked:
Yes
Typical RRP:
£12,500

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Grand Total:

£5,700.00 INCLUDES VAT
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