Antique Egg Diamond Vanity Ring-Hannah Blount Jewelry
Antique Egg Diamond Vanity Ring-Hannah Blount Jewelry
Antique Egg Diamond Vanity Ring-Hannah Blount Jewelry
One of a Kind

Antique Egg Diamond Vanity Ring

This lovely ring was hand-built in 14k gold. The antique egg-shaped diamond weighs 0.72ct. The steep table gives it volume and the faint yellow color shimmers like lustrous champagne. The stone is particularly beautiful and brilliant.

Mine Cut Diamond: These diamonds were hand cut in the 1800's- early 1900's. Using only hand tools, the diamond cutter let the crystalline structure dictate the facets- thus they are truly unique. The facets tend to be larger and less uniform, earning the phrase "cut for candle light," since they were cut to catch the flickering warm light of the fire.

Available in a size 6.5, but can be sized up or down by 1/2 size. Please inquire for additional sizing options.

This ring is one-of-a-kind, and available to ship within one week.


What is Available

Ready to Ship

Size 6.5 : 1 available

Sized to Order

All other sizes are sized-to-order. This style typically takes 1-3 weeks to craft and 1-3 days to ship. Please contact us if you would like to inquire about exact turn-around times or discuss options for expedited service.

Ring Sizing

Stock rings can be sized up or down within a tolerance; we assess whether to resize a stock ring or make a new one based on the size ordered. We want to ensure your ring is crafted with heirloom quality.

About The Gemstone

Old mine cut diamonds were studied and individually cut by eye and hand by the structure of the crystal from the 18th to late 19th century. Beloved for their unique and somewhat asymmetrical shapes, they are often described as “cut by candlelight”—referring to the diamonds’ large facets, and taller pavilion and table that catch the flicker of flames and light. Old mine cut diamonds are traditionally square-shaped with a classic, sliced-bottom that creates a window to see through the table further enhancing the diamonds’ sparkle.
MOHs Hardness: 10
Origins: Various
Care: While diamonds are the earth’s hardest gemstone, they can still break. Avoid dropping diamonds onto hard surfaces. To clean your diamond piece, soak in warm, soapy water and remove any dirt with a toothbrush or the like. It is safe to clean with an ultrasonic and steam cleaner.
Healing Properties: Diamonds are believed to promote radiance, self-sovereignty, and fearlessness.
Birthstone: April
Anniversary: 60th and 75th