The Art Deco Daisy 7 Diamond Cluster Engagement Ring: 18K Gold + Platinum
This Original Antique Daisy Cluster Art Deco engagement ring (not a replica, not newly made) creates a sweet cluster of seven natural old mined diamonds to form a six petaled daisy with natural mine cut diamonds from a hundred years ago, a reminder of the ephemeral beauty of a daisy, now forever together set in 10K solid white gold lace like filigree band.
ANTIQUE: It's incredible to imagine that something you have with you every day has been on Earth longer than you - this piece was made a hundred years ago, and given with love to someone who wore it for a lifetime. Now it's your turn to bring this little piece of history with you every where you go.
- Art Deco Antique, dating from 100 years ago
- Metals: 18K White Gold + Platinum, hallmarked
- Classic turn of then century daisy diamond cluster design
- 0.20tcw of 7 natural diamonds arranged to form a six-petalled flower
- Diamonds: Traditional Round Brilliant Cut, Color G-H, Clarity VS-S1
- Currently a size 7, can be resized free of charge (takes 1-2 weeks)
APPRAISAL CERTIFICATE INCLUDED: An appraisal certificate is included with purchase from Gemological Appraisal Laboratory of America certifying the diamonds, gold, and an appraised value of $1,750.
Please note there is ONLY ONE of these. If you'd like something similar I'm happy to source it just for you with a 50% deposit -- see "vintage engagement rings"
CUSTOM SOURCED VINTAGE ENGAGEMENT RING
Show me the love of your life and I'll show you some rings you two can commit to.
If you're not interested in learning all the decades, design trends, cuts, stones, finding all the collectors of vintage rings and dealing with them -- I'm here for you! Let my obsession with vintage fine jewelry and connections with dealers and collectors shortcut your search, at no extra cost to you (because I get wholesale pricing for sourcing many rings at once.)
Complete with free US shipping, resizing, and appraisal. Details here
Shipped to you in a handmade velvet ring box, made by a lovely couple in Ontario.
Each Humans We Love vintage ring is sent from Brooklyn in a lovely little handmade velvet ringbox that will keep your ring safe but you can use to store your ring in too. Emin & Tuba created these in Canada in several sweet velvet colors - if you have a very fave please choose the color you'd like best when you order. If we have it, I'll send that! Please note - I only have a few of each color so if we just soldout then I'll send the color I think will be best with your unique ring.
Which decade were you meant for?
Art Deco, MidCentury, to the 80's and 90's - these historical beauties can't wait to see your world.
THE ROCK COLLECTOR
And turns out she was on to something, just took me a few decades to remember how fun it is to investigate and discover beautiful pieces of earth. So check it out - adult Lele's rock collection! Hand selected to remind you of something important, or to share your love with someone - and ready to bring with on so many adventures on your one of a kind life.
Maybe we all can take notes from little us as to the things we love most when it doesn't matter if anyone else gets it. Unlearning what we should do, should be, what's cool, what's profitable, impressive. I wonder what little you thinks would be fun to do today.
Vintage Jewelry is Ethical Jewelry + Pretty Special too
Often created with hand crafted art methods that few use anymore due to new jewelry making technology that's faster and cheaper. Handcut stones, handcarved bands, you can feel the unique work done by someone's hands a very long time ago, kept intact by the most precious stones and metals which keep their beauty for generations.
For history and design and art nerds, vintage jewelry represents design trends from a different time and feel, created in a style moment everyone at that time was living in, which can be felt in each piece
And if you prefer something rare over something everyone has - There are only a certain number of historical engagement rings on earth with their original stones still intact, and the farther back we go the more rare they are.