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Jewelry from Georgian era brings with it such an intriguing cachet, with its past stories, the changes witnessed, if only they could speak.The mysteries and love stories of those years are alive again with this meaningful diamond ring from late Georgian years.
Meticolously designed this ring provides a radiant example of the detailed and fine craftsmanship of Georgian jewelry, every millimeter exudes intricacy and artful design..
Flowing and organic the mounting takes on the impression of a glorious flower with a double corolla of petals set with glittering diamonds.
Dressed in the typical flower cluster form the ring boasts a central rose cut diamond, hand cut, foiled and closed back set on silver crimped collet.
Surrounded by two tiers of textured petals (the inner tier is movable), set with sixteed rose cut diamonds, foiled and closed back, on silver over convex gold back totaling approx .79 Ct by spread.
Nature interpreted into diamonds, silver and gold. Even the shank beautifully rendered into leaf like form.
Artfully crafted in 14 Kt yellow gold and silver, tested.
Very good overall condition commensurate to use and age.
14 Kt yellow gold and silver, tested
1 hand cut rose cut diamond of approx .23 Ct by spread foiled and closed back;16 handcut, rose cut diamonds totalling approx .56 Ct by spread foiled and closed back
head of the ring is 14.3 mm in diameter, sits 5.9 mm high on finger;
very good overall condition