Megan Vintage Diamond Engagement Ring circa 1950
Megan Vintage Diamond Engagement Ring circa 1950

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The Megan Vintage Diamond Engagement Ring, crafted in the 1950s, combines modern geometrical styling with elegant, floral detail. The Megan, crafted in 14k gold, features a .20ct Old Mine cut diamond of I color and I1 clarity in a hexagonal setting. The diamond, cut in 1910, sits atop a base of beautiful floral filigree for a look that is simple, beautiful, and substantial. 

This is a one-of-a-kind vintage ring, hand picked for its exquisite craftsmanship, superior condition, and vintage timelessness.

Mood: Nostalgic, Bold, Whimsical

Motif: Floral


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This ring can be custom sized to fit you! Please contact us for pricing and timing information.




  • vintage ring circa 1950
  • one .20ct European-cut diamond: color I, clarity I1
  • 14k white gold
  • TLC for your vintage jewelry


Old Mine-cut diamonds were fashionable between 1800 and 1905, an era epitomized by Alice in Wonderland, women's suffrage, and Charles Darwin. Old Mine-cut diamonds represent one of the first attempts to maximize sparkle in shaped diamonds. Diamond cutters of the 19th century had no electricity like they do today this diamond was likely cut using a hand-powered cutting machine. The diamond industry had just begun the path to standardization, introducing a demand for symmetrical stones something that was difficult to achieve through hand cutting. It was discovered that a square cushion shape, the end result of the Old Mine cut, maximized symmetry and sparkle while minimizing loss of weight during cutting. Old Mine-cut diamonds have a small table, high crown, deep pavilion, and open culet.


This one-of-a-kind vintage ring can be sized to fit you! Sizing can take up to two weeks. Please contact us for information and pricing.

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