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"When it's black it's done," said the woman wearing a calico apron. Her Lord cigarette pinched between her coral lipstick lips, she was a working woman. No time for burnt rhubarb pies or any other duty of domesticity. Constance Nixon was every bit a Betty Crocker, if only in looks. But isn't that why my father married her? And just like my mother, I too have a knack for the beautiful. I leave the peasantry business of daily life to the credit card terminals. They're so much quicker. And what better accessory for the hand than an Art Deco Onyx masterpiece!
Art Deco Platinum, Onyx and Diamond Engagement Ring
Inventory No. 10-1-5813

Center Diamond Details
Carat Weight:0.17 cts
Measurements:3.7 x 3.7 x 2.05 mm
Cut/Shape:European Cut
Clarity: VS2
Additional Gemstone Details
Diamonds 16 Single Cut Diamonds
Diamond Total Carat Weight: 0.25 carats
Diamond Clarity: VS
Diamond Color: H
Total Diamond Carat Weight:0.42 cttw
Product Details
Ring Size: 6

@beywatch does she not wear it anymore
This looks incredibly similar to a ring my mother used to wear every single day except hers was diamond shaped and not square shaped. I think that makes me love this ring even more than I would've.
I like the shape and design of this ring. The black isn't my taste though.
I love to see brides making their wedding ALL THEIR OWN. And I supposed it all starts with jewelry. This is a beautiful ring @nixonwoman