Edwardian Diamond Eternity Band Platinum Wedding Band

They were playing scrabble in the middle of her living room floor. He was winning, as per usual. She didn’t have the patience for board games but she did have a competitive edge, and wanted to make a comeback. Her determination showed on her face and in the increased pace of her pretzel eating. He laughed as she carefully plotted out words on a piece of paper that she kept hidden behind her hand. It took her a moment to realize that he wasn’t really playing after all. He smiled at her as her game face turned into shock, and then a grin as wide as the horizon. While she was figuring out high point words, he had spelled, “Will you marry me?” and set a stunningly sparkly ring in the center of the board.

This antique diamond and platinum eternity band was handcrafted in France around 1910. It comprises 27 Old European cut diamonds that total 1.35 carats. Each five point diamond is approximately 2.2 mm in diameter and 1.5 mm in depth. The edges of the ring are engraved and the band width is 3.1 mm. This ring is a size 8.25 and cannot easily be re-sized, it weighs 2.4 grams. A French dog head mark can be found on the edge of the band, meaning it was made in platinum.

A ring like this is a beautiful thing. The glitter. The style. The sentiments of love. But there’s also history in an antique ring, it was made for a loved one, it was made to last forever.

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