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My Jewel Box: Large Edwardian Diamond Ring

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This ring is a testament to how amazing layaway payment plans can be for a collector! It isn't often that you come across a ring on eBay that makes you stop in your tracks…ok, well maybe that happens far too often for me, which is why I could not afford to buy this gorgeous piece right away. I did the usual lusting--added the ring to my "Watch List" and then continually checking that no one had purchased it. Of course, the next set of events involves some nightmarish day-dreams which had myself picturing someone else buying the ring and feeling deep regret for not taking the plunge. That's when I decided to email the seller and ask if layaway was available. Luckily, she was incredibly flexible and was willing to break my payments up, even as long as 6 months. The seller, M. Schwartz, has a great selection of antique and estate jewelry up on eBay.

The ring is a gorgeous, show-stopping Edwardian diamond stunner that is set with Old European cut diamonds and a few rose cut diamonds. The three center diamonds that are bezel set have a unique light yellow color which makes the piece even more special. What took the cake was the size of the ring--a 4 1/2 which fit me like a glove. It is now, truly one of my most favorite pieces in my collection.

Happy collecting!

Reader Comments (1)

That is a BEAUTIFUL ring! I can see why you couldn't pass it up. I also like the other diamond ring on your pointer finger. They look good side by side.

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