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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