1950s_Solitaire_Brilliant_Cut_Diamond_Ring
1950s_Solitaire_Brilliant_Cut_Diamond_Ring 1950s_Solitaire_Diamond_Ring 1950s_Brilliant_Cut_Diamond_Ring vintage_Solitaire_Brilliant_Cut_Diamond_Ring vintage_1950s_Solitaire_Brilliant_Cut_Diamond_Ring vintage_Solitaire_Diamond_Ring
$3,121.00
We have a 1950s diamond solitaire ring that will meet the criteria for some of you. The round brilliant cut solitaire diamond weighs 0.42ct and is graded G in colour. The illusion setting is in 18ct white gold, whilst the band is in 18ct yellow gold. We love how the band is tapers into the setting, giving this ring a very delicate feel.


Circa: 1950s
Gemstone: Diamond

Cut: Brilliant Cut
Carat:  1 Diamonds = 0.42ct
Colour: G
Clarity: VS2
Material: 18ct White and Yellow Gold
Measurements: 1.80 mm Band
Accompanied by an Ian Abeshouse Valuation 

* Resizing Available - So that you receive the perfect fit, please let us know your finger size by placing it in the "special instructions" when checking out of the cart (We will contact you to let you know the charge).

Mid 20th Century (1950 - 1970):
Through the 50s and 60s the hair was bigger, the dresses were bigger and the jewellery followed suit. Women wore more extravagant pieces than ever before and men opted for lots of gold. Cartier introduced jewellery depicting leopards and panthers and from then on each jewellery house did the same. Van Cleef & Arpels created bejewelled animals and flowers and Bulgari had its Serpentini line. Cocktail Rings were something a woman could simply not be seen without particularly in the US where a ‘Cocktail Party’ was the most stylish event you could be invited to.