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Sonata of light
A time when emotions were expressed by displaying wereable tokens of love, sadness or mystery. Each piece a surviving testimony to another thrilling journey of the human heart.
Witness to the passage of many decades is this amazing 1.30 Ct imperial topaz and 4.30 Ct diamond double halo cluster ring from Georgian era.
A remarkable survivor from an almost forgotten era, born probably as gorgeous centerpiece of a corsage or a tiara, then transformed by the love of its owner, most likely during Victorian era, into a dramatic ring.
The mysteries and love stories of those years are alive again with this meaningful diamond ring from Georgian era.
Centering is a glorious closed back imperial topaz measuring approx 8.8 x 5.5 mm, 1.30 Ct by spread glowing with strong orange peach hues.
Framed by a halo of nine rose cut diamonds, all hand cut to fit the design, foiled and closed back totaling approx 1.00 Ct full of drama and history.
Embraced by a second tier of ten rose cut diamonds, all hand cut to fit the design, foiled and closed back starting with a bigger rose cut diamond of .75 Ct by spread and then nine rose cut diamonds totaling approx 3.30 Ct
Artfully hand crafted in 18 Kt yellow gold for the shank and rosey yellow gold for the back with lovely dark patina given by the passage of time, marked.
Very good overall condition commensurate to use and age.
18 Kt yellow and rosey yellow gold, and silver
1 rectangular antique flat cut imperial topaz foiled and closed back measuring 8.8 x 5.5 mm of approx 1.30 Ct by spread;19 rose cut diamonds foiled and closed back totalling approx 3.55 Ct by spread
1 rose cut diamond foiled and closed back of approx .75 Ct by spread
head of the ring is 26.6 mm x 21 mm (hxw); sits 4.6 mm high on finger
very good overall condition