This stunning antique piece was crafted sometime during the Art Deco design period (1920-1940). During this design period jewelry designers began to experiment with mixing diamond cuts, especially those that lent themselves well to more streamlined and mechanized designs. Step cuts, such as the baguette cut diamond were becoming increasingly popular. This antique platinum setting features a center diamond measuring approximately 1.57 carats. The center diamond diamond has been certified by the Gemological Institute of America (GIA). The diamond grades approximately M in color and VS2 in clarity. A mixture of baguette cut and marquise cut diamonds accent the center stone beautifully. The platinum setting features a sleek knife edged shank and minimal milgrain accents. This style is a perfect classic solitaire with a bit of flare. This ring is currently a size 8.