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Feminine in style, delicate yet bold in appearance is this Victorian 4.32 Ct diamond and 1.55 Ct peridot flower ring offering a look into the relationship between nature and sentimentality of jewelry of this era.
Make a grandiloquent display at every gesture of your hand with this rare Victorian diamond flower ring.
Flowing and organic the mounting takes on the impression of an elegant wild flower with a sparkling corolla of petals set with glittering diamonds.
Centering is a vivid bright green natural peridot, round cut of approx 1.55 Ct set on prong mounting.
Surrounded by sparkling stamens set with rose cut diamonds beautifully contrasting the green gem and a corolla of fourteen elongated petals beautifully constructed in a romantic and flowing design.
In all there are twenty eight old mine cut diamonds totaling approx 3.28 Ct of sparkling brilliance and thirty rose cut diamonds totaling approx 1.04 Ct by spread.
Eye popping and elegant possessing a distinctive look infused with shimmering brilliance and history, starting is life back in the Victorian era as a piece from a set or a tiara and completed today by a modern shank beautifully handcrafted by a skilled goldsmith respecting the style of era in design.
Artfully crafted in 18 Kt rose gold and silver, tested.
Very good overall condition commensurate to use and age.
18 Kt rose gold and silver, tested
1 round cut natural peridot of approx 1.55 Ct ;28 old mine cut diamonds totalling approx 3.28 Ct(VS/SI-E/F);30 rose cut diamonds totaling approx 1.04 Ct by spread;
head of the ring is 28.6 mm in diameter; sits 10.7 mm high on finger
very good overall condition