.53ct. DIAMOND ANTIQUE ENGAGEMENT RING BY S. KIRK & SON

by on September 7, 2018

S. Kirk & Son, a well-known manufacturer, first started as Silversmiths in 1815 with John Smith. As time passed, the Kirk Company began to manufacture fine jewelry between 1928-1938. Many of the records of this company have been lost from a tremendous fire so the dates are not certain.

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. Kirk & Son!

J34909

9.6.18

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