Estate platinum diamond eternity band by Unknown Artist
Estate platinum diamond eternity band by Unknown Artist
Estate platinum diamond eternity band by Unknown Artist
Estate platinum diamond eternity band by Unknown Artist
Estate platinum diamond eternity band by Unknown Artist
Estate platinum diamond eternity band by Unknown Artist
Estate platinum diamond eternity band by Unknown Artist
Estate platinum diamond eternity band by Unknown Artist
Estate platinum diamond eternity band by Unknown Artist
Estate platinum diamond eternity band by Unknown Artist
Estate platinum diamond eternity band by Unknown Artist
Estate platinum diamond eternity band by Unknown Artist
Estate platinum diamond eternity band by Unknown Artist
Estate platinum diamond eternity band by Unknown Artist

Unknown Artist

Estate platinum diamond eternity band 1970

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€ 3.950

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All around embellished with 19 brilliant cut diamonds, this platinum Estate eternity band from 1970 symbolizes everlasting adoration and allegiance as only an alliance ring on the hand of the right woman offered by the right man can do.

Antique jewelry object group: eternity band (also called: alliance ring)

Condition: excellent condition
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Country of origin:Although it does not carry any legible control marks we believe this to be of Belgian origin.

Style: Estate
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Period: ca. 1970
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Material: platinum
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Extra information: Eternity Band - Diamonds are forever, but only since the last 60 years or so. Although it is said that the tradition of diamond engagement rings and eternity bands go back a few thousand years, it was not till the mid Twentieth Century that they becamethe tradition we now know them to be. How they became part of a tradition is, all sugar-sweet stories of romance and ever-lasting-love aside, an interesting story.

In the late 1930's de Beers, the then world monopolist for diamonds, in an attempt to reduce their growing stock of diamonds, started a now historic advertising campaign. Out of the need to sell the bulk of their "big" stones the idea of proposingmarriage with a one-diamond engagement ring was born. Before that there simply wasn't a link between a marriage proposal and a one-stone-diamond ring.

Some twenty years later de Beers had a (secret) agreement with the former Soviet Union as sole channel for diamonds found there. The diamonds coming from Russia, although being better in quality, were much smaller in size. And what was better to get ridof a lot of smaller diamonds in one time? And thus the eternity band was born.

Diamonds:19 brilliant cut diamonds with a total estimated weight of approx. 2.85 crt.
Note: All diamond weights, color grades and clarity are approximate since the stones were not removed from their mounts to preserve the integrity of the setting.

Total diamond weight: approx. 2.85 crt.

Birthstones: Diamond is the birthstone (or month stone) for April.
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Hallmarks: No trace.
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Dimensions: band width 0,36 cm (0,14 inch)

Weight: 6,00 gram (3,86 dwt)

Ring size Continental: 57 & 18¼ , Size US 8 , Size UK: P½

Resizing: This ring can be resized but only by adding or taking out stone(s). This resizing is NOT free and the size won't be exact but as close as possible. Eternity bands that are resized cannot be returned under the return policy.
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Reference Nº: 14333-0138

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