Art Deco Tiffany & Co. Engagment Ring
Feast your eyes on one of the rarest pieces of fine jewelry that you or anyone has ever seen: A near-century old Tiffany & Co. engagement ring, clasping a uniquely cut, one of a kind diamond.
Spanning from the Art Deco era of jewelry, this platinum ring exults timeless carvings down its shank. Closer to the head of the piece are six pave-set Old European cut diamonds, estimated at 0.25 carats in total weight. The head of the ring thrusts six prongs upwards to hug a rare 2.06 carat diamond that the Gemological Institute of America certifies to be a “Round Step-Cut” G-VS1 diamond. This diamond is perfectly round and step cut at the same time, with a pronounced open culet. Bringing this piece’s charm full circle are its humble engravings reading “W. W. to M. G. M. – February 16 – 1926”, accompanied by the legendary Tiffany & Co. stamp. Truly remarkable, this relic is a physical salute to love’s timelessness and longevity.
*this piece has been claimed.