Loveland is an incredible Edwardian era (circa 1910) platinum ring centering a bezel set 1.95ct EGL certified Old European Cut diamond graded I color and VS2 clarity. The ring is further decorated with a quatrefoil design of beautiful linear filigree and embellished with four triangular natural, bezel-set sapphires flanking each side of the center diamond totaling approximately 0.20ct in weight. Loveland is finished with a simple platinum shank. The ring is currently a size 6 and can be sized to fit.
1.95cts + 0.20cts
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During the Edwardian era (1890-1915), society was at the height of elegance and sophistication. Advances in metal fabrication finally allowed for the use of platinum in jewelry which still remains extremely popular today. This advance makes jewelry dating much easier - if a piece is made with platinum, we can be fairly sure that it was made in the early 20th century or later. In addition, it was still common practice for jewelers to back platinum pieces with gold until 1910 or so, making dating even more precise. Because of the strength of platinum, its use allowed jewelers to produce more intricate, detailed pieces. Some Edwardian engagement rings are so detailed it appears that the diamonds are set in lace instead of metal. Jewelry from the Edwardian period was light and delicate, and using as many diamonds as possible in a design was essential. The overall style of the times was light, feminine, and airy.
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