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During the early-to-mid 20th century, The Netherlands produced fabulous rose-cut diamond jewels in the manner of early 18th century Georgian, and this stunning diamond cluster ring is a sparkling example.
Here a striking witness of Dutch history of 20th Century, a diamond flower cluster ring bringing with it mysteries, past stories and forgotten lives.
Meticolously designed provides a faithful adherence of the fine craftsmanship of Georgian era with hand cut diamonds in a feminine flowery cluster shape with approx 2.70 Ct of diamond sparkle.
Centering a superbly prismatic high domed irregular handcut Dutch rose cut diamond of approx 1.70 Ct by spread, foiled and with closed back in silver pinched collet within a halo of sparkling petals.
Ten chunky rose cut diamonds frame the domed beauty totalling approx 1.00 Ct by spread, foiled and closed back in silver over gold.
Striking sun ray or basket weave pattern to the reverse, handcarved scrollwork and leaf motif adorn shoulders and shank.
Artfully hand crafted during 20th Century in 14 Kt gold and silver, marked with oak leaf.
Very good overall condition commensurate to use and age.
14 Kt yellow gold and silver
assay Netherland oak leaf 1906-1950 ca
1 domed hand cut Dutch rose cut diamond foiled and closed back of approx 1.70 Ct by spread (measuring 7.4-6.9mm);10 rose cut diamonds foiled and closed back totalling approx 1.00 Ct by spread ;
head of the ring is 14.8 mm in diameter ca; sits 7.7 mm .ca high on finger
very good overall condition