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In the history of jewelry, cluster rings are considered to be a staple and this smashing French diamond ring from Victorian era makes a statement no one can contest.
French design all the way highlights this glorious diamond cluster ring from Victorian era in the guise of a flower, feminine in style yet full of drama and light.
The visual interplay of this diamond cluster ring speaks for itself presenting a powerful picture of glitter and shine.
Unstoppable fire, brilliant and light speak volumes with a centering old European cut diamond of approx 1.23 Ct full of fire and sparkle.
Surrounding the main star is a scalloped corolla of ten old mine cut diamonds totaling approx 1.72 Ct full of light and brilliance.
Undulating curves hug the perimeter with a scalloped profile resembling a pure delicate flower, open work undergallery to allow light shine through and lovely shoulders enhanced by two old mine cut diamonds totaling approx .15 Ct by spread.
A grand total of 3.10 Ct of dazzling diamonds harmoniously balanced in a timeless feminine design from French jeweler L I.
Artfully crafted in France during Victorian era by a master goldsmith in 18 Kt rosey yellow gold and silver, marked.
Very good overall condition commensurate to use and age.
18 Kt rosey yellow gold and silver
assay French antique horse head and maker L I
1 old European cut diamond of approx 1.23 Ct (VVS/VS-H/I);10 old mine cut diamonds totalling approx 1.72 Ct(VS/SI-F/G);2 old mine cut diamonds totaling approx .15 Ct (VVS/VS-F/G)
head of the ring is 13.4 mm in diameterl sits 6.5 mm high on finger
very good overall condition