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Make this Victorian ring your signature piece, its aura is unmistakably worthy.
Stylishly classic with its Victorian design, this gold ring shows off its fancy looks with 1.52 Ct diamond brilliance and timeless romance.
The Victorians with their inventive minds, were the first to use a type of setting often referred to as a buttercup, so named for its arched U shapes which lead into prongs that can hold a gemstone. Named for the flower, it often resembles petals of a bloom.
Centering a champagne coloured, deep, romantic, antique cushion cut diamond sparkling with approx 1.00 Ct of very fine clarity. In addition, the way the facets are cut induces the viewer to travel deep within the diamond.
Petal-like prongs gently embrace the diamond and with a play of positive and negative spaces a flower blossoms, its petals set with seven old mine cut diamonds and a rose cut diamond totaling approx .30 Ct of pure sparkle.
On shanks a medley of graceful curves and six sparkling old mine cut diamonds totaling approx .22 Ct.
Artfully handcrafted in 14 Kt yellow gold by a master goldsmith during Victorian era.
Very good overall condition commensurate to use and age.
14 Kt yellow gold, tested
1 antique cushion cut diamond of approx 1.00 Ct(VVS/VS-N/O) ;13 old mine cut diamonds and 1 rose cut diamond (in accent) totaling approx .52 Ct (VVS/VS-H/I) ;
head of the ring is 16.2 mm at widest part; sits 10.6 mm high on finger
very good overall condition, one diamond has been replaced in the past with a rose cut diamond