This late Art Deco engagement ring collet-set with a .81 carat old European-cut diamond with GIA certificate stating the diamond is L color/SI1 clarity, enhanced by six smaller diamonds and an engraved platinum mount. Signed Lambert Bros. Circa 1920
There are two reasons we love this ring: The Art Deco collet setting sits low on the finger, making it easy to wear and never take off. Secondly, Lambert Bros. are a part of jewelry history, their store at 60th and Lexington Avenue in New York City sold many of the finest engagement rings during it's day.
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.