This mid-century ring set with a 1.14 carat oval-cut diamond with GIA certificate stating the diamond is E color/SI2 clarity. Set in 18K yellow gold and platinum. Circa 1955. See video of this ring on our IG stories.
It's all about the oval here. Oval-cut diamonds gained popularity in the late 50's and early 60's. They sparkle like brilliant-cuts, but offer a unique alternative. This is an exceptionally fine color and we love the double prongs.
Diamond and gold mining has caused devastation in areas such as Africa, wreaking havoc on delicate ecosystems and communities. Choosing to go vintage, you are eliminating the need for more mining and lessening the demand for new diamonds.