Presented here, a gorgeous natural diamonds cluster ring from Georgian period, circa 1820. The ring is made in sterling silver (diamond settings) and 18K rose gold. The ring is decorated with a total of fifteen (15) natural diamonds, set in ornated robust sterling silver bezels, with grains (see pictures, please). The main diamond is double-rose-cut and measures 4mm diameter approx. It shows a vivid grayish tone. The other fourteen (14) natural diamonds which conform the cluster, are chips measuring between 1.50-2.00mm diameter approx. As shown in the pictures, the anvers of the cluster is made in rose gold as well as the ring circumference is.
This is a beautiful and illustrative example of original pre Victorian jewellery, exquisitelly hancrafted forming a curve in order to perfectly fit the fortunate finger which will show off a two hundred years old beauty ;)
MEASURES: (frontal motif) 25mm high, 12mm wide. Ring SIZE: US 7
WEIGHT: 6.45 grams
ESTIMATED AGE: circa 1820
GENERAL CONDITIONS: very good general conditions (please, refer to detailed pictures).
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