David Weisz & Sons GIA 1.72 Carat Fancy Yellow - VS2 Cushion Cut Diamond Engagement Ring with Halo

Stock # 100-15474 In Stock

David Weisz & Sons GIA 1.72  Carat Fancy Yellow - VS2  Cushion Cut Diamond Engagement Ring with Halo

David Weisz & Sons GIA 1.72 Carat Fancy Yellow - VS2 Cushion Cut Diamond Engagement Ring with Halo

Stock # 100-15474 In Stock

18k white and yellow gold engagement ring centers one cushion cut diamond weighing 1.72 carats with FY color and VS2 clarity. The diamond is accompanied by GIA grading report #3235435177. Thirty-three round brilliant cut diamonds make up the halo and extend to the shoulders of the ring shank, 0.22 ctw. with GH color and SI clarity. The ring is a size 7 and can be sized. Appraised Value $15,350.00

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Product Details

Name GIA 1.72 Carat Fancy Yellow - VS2 Cushion Cut Diamond Engagement Ring with Halo
Stock Number 100-15474
Department Bridal & Engagement
Type Engagement Ring
Sub Type Newly Made Engagement Rings

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David Weisz & Sons

David Weisz & Sons began as a business in Satu Mare, Romania, which is very close to where the borders of Romania, Hungary, and Ukraine meet today. The business offered finished jewelry and diamonds. David was widely respected in the community as being an honest man who would always tell the true value of his jewels. Everyone in the community who needed an opinion regarding value knew that he was the person to ask.

The business was successful for two decades, until World War II. As the war grew in intensity, David realized that he was unlikely to be able to escape to safety. However, he knew a distant cousin, Martin Weisz, who was about to leave for New York. David Weisz gathered the diamonds from his shop, and gave them to Martin. He told Martin, “Please keep these diamonds safe for me and my family. If we make it out, you will have them for us. If none of us survive, they are yours to keep.”

In 1944, David, his wife and children were deported to the camps. David and every member of his family was killed, except for his son Herman.

By 1945 Herman was alone, and ...