.53ct. Diamond Platinum Antique Engagement Ring by S. Kind & Son

by gesner12 on October 15, 2018

 S. Kind & Son started their business in a small room on Market Street in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1872. They were known to have crafted mountings with diamonds to order. Their 1902-1903 catalogs contained diamond rings, one carat selling for $140, as well as ruby, sapphire and emerald rings, bracelets, pendants and brooches. Gents signet rings were sold in 10 karat and 14 karat gold containing a variety of gemstones, such as garnet, blood stone, jade and topaz, as examples. Ladies jewelry including enameled brooches, hat pins and sterling silver lockets and bracelets with charms were also available.

This breathtaking Art Deco (c.1920-1935) diamond Antique engagement ring, crafted in gleaming platinum, features a .53ct. apx. center European cut diamond with VS2 clarity and H bright white color.  Complimenting the center diamond are .15ct. apx. T.W. of single cut diamonds with VS2-SI1 clarity and H color. The ring has beautiful filigree and piercing!  Look for the maker’s mark inside the shank which represents true craftsmanship from S. Kind & Son!

 

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