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Art Deco Engagement Ring, Marquise Diamond 1.01ct.

Art Deco Engagement Ring, Marquise Diamond, sold by Doyle & Doyle an antique and vintage jewelry store.
Art Deco Engagement Ring, Marquise Diamond, sold by Doyle & Doyle an antique and vintage jewelry store.
Art Deco Diamond Engagement Ring, Marquise, sold by Doyle & Doyle an antique and vintage jewelry store.
Art Deco Engagement Ring, Marquise Diamond, sold by Doyle & Doyle an antique and vintage jewelry store.
Art Deco Engagement Ring, Marquise Diamond, sold by Doyle & Doyle an antique and vintage jewelry store.
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Art Deco Engagement Ring, Marquise Diamond 1.01ct.

Regular price $9,900.00 Sale 107419R

Centering a Marquise cut diamond weighing 1.01ct. (I color, SI1 clarity), framed by calibre cut sapphires measuring approx. 1 x 1.5mm., additionally set with twelve Single cut diamonds weighing approx. 0.24ctw., fashioned in platinum. GIA 2135502428 Size 6 3/4.

Developed in France in the 1740s, legend has it that it was named for the Marquise de Pompadour, a mistress of King Louis XV, because its outline resembled the shape of her mouth. The marquise diamond is also called a navette (Old French for “little ship”). Similar in shape to the hull of a racing yacht, it was a favorite of early 20th century Edwardians, as sailing was a hobby of Britain’s King Edward VII and his wealthy contemporaries. 

This authentic vintage ring is an ethical choice for the environmentally conscious bride & groom. The stones are guaranteed conflict free.    

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Centering a Marquise cut diamond weighing 1.01ct. (I color, SI1 clarity), framed by calibre cut sapphires measuring approx. 1 x 1.5mm., additionally set with twelve Single cut diamonds weighing approx. 0.24ctw., fashioned in platinum. GIA 2135502428 Size 6 3/4.

Developed in France in the 1740s, legend has it that it was named for the Marquise de Pompadour, a mistress of King Louis XV, because its outline resembled the shape of her mouth. The marquise diamond is also called a navette (Old French for “little ship”). Similar in shape to the hull of a racing yacht, it was a favorite of early 20th century Edwardians, as sailing was a hobby of Britain’s King Edward VII and his wealthy contemporaries. 

This authentic vintage ring is an ethical choice for the environmentally conscious bride & groom. The stones are guaranteed conflict free.    

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