Michelle Vintage Engagement Ring circa 1950
Michelle Vintage Diamond Ring circa 1950

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The Michelle Vintage Diamond Engagement Ring, created in the 1950s, is a bold and brilliant piece. Robust, floral detailing in 18k white gold surrounds .25ct European-cut diamond with color G and clarity SI1. The stone was cut in the 1900s, adding 50 more years of mystery to this stunning beauty. 

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

Mood: Adventurous, Glamorous, Bold 

Motif: Floral


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This ring can be sized to fit you! If you need sizing, please contact us for pricing and timing information.




  • set with one .25ct European cut diamond: color G, clarity SI1
  • 18k white gold
  • TLC for your vintage jewelry


The European-cut diamond was the diamond of choice during the turn of the 20th century. In the late 19th century, a diamond cutter named Henry Morse invented a steam-driven bruting machine (bruting is a critical part in the diamond cutting process) that revolutionized the industry. The machine enabled the diamond cutter to shape symmetrical, rounded stones much more easily than could be fashioned with the hand and foot-powered machines. The round, perfectly symmetrical diamond, like this European-cut diamond, came to exemplify the perfect gem. European-cut diamonds have a round girdle, large table, high crown, deep geometric 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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