The Edwardian Rose Cut Diamond Ring

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The Edwardian Rose Cut Diamond Ring

2,400.00

Metal: Platinum

Stones: Rose Cut Diamond ( .75ct center / H / SI1)

Size: 6.5

What You Should Know:  Diamond is incredibly vibrant. Setting is beautiful and low profile.

*This Ring Can Be Resized

The first rose cuts were likely discovered when a lapidarist was roughly cutting a natural diamond. While cleaving away at the stone, the thin slices thought to be excess caught the light in a peculiar, mesmerizing way. These diamond shards, so close to going unnoticed, were the first rose cuts. 

While rose cut diamonds were developed during the 16th century, and wildly popular during the 18th century, we’re incredibly grateful that they were still beloved during the early 20th. Rose cuts have seamlessly transitioned into pieces over generations despite changing styles, technological advancements, and increased options, making them truly timeless. 

This gorgeous rose cut diamond solitaire hails from the Edwardian Era and compliments the intensely romantic time period. A single stone is set in platinum creating a simple but stunning antique piece. 

We think this ring would make a striking engagement ring- one perfect stone for your one perfect love.

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