This vintage diamond ring from the 1940s is such an exceptionally well-crafted and designed ring as you can tell it was meticulously designed for the entire piece to work together within itself. It is made of both solid 14kt white and yellow gold with the yellow being the shank of the ring as well as its gallery and base for all of the diamond’s. The white gold is the rings face which spreads out across the ring in a marquise shape if you will. The ring holds a .25 carat round full cut diamond at its center in a six-prong setting and it is beautiful at H color and SI1 clarity. It is accented by a 26 single cut prong set natural diamonds graded H-I in color and SI1-SI2 in clarity with a accent diamond weight of 1.00 carat. The ring weighs 10.1 grams and is currently a size 7. It rises almost a 1/2” above your finger and its ring face measures about an 1” running north and south and 5/8” east and west. It’s in excellent condition.