Made in the late 1930's, this lovely engagement ring holds three old cut marquise diamonds with a classic baguette diamond trim. The center holds an old cut marquise diamond that has a weight of 1.20 carats. This bright diamond has a color grade of G-H and a clarity grade of VS(1-2). The center is flanked by two old cut marquise cut diamonds that have a total weight of .13 carat with an average color grade of H-I and an average clarity grade of I(1). This piece also holds two baguette cut diamonds with a total weight of .08 and have an average color grade of H-I with an average clarity grade of VS(1-2). The head holding the center diamond is accented with eight single cut diamonds with a total weight of .14 carat with an average color grade of H-I and an average clarity grade of SI(2)-I(1).This ring is accompanied by a report from the International Gemological Institute with an appraisal value of $12,710. Made of 18 karat white gold this ring is currently a size 5.75 that can easily be sized up or down.