Late 1800s Victorian Half-Hoop Five-Stone Diamond Band



Period: c. 1880s-1890s late Victorian (likely European origin)

Materials: 18K yellow gold (stamped 18 CT); platinum tips on inner prongs; diamonds

Inscription: faintly hand-inscribed “CB/d/M 8” (possibly the original jeweler’s method for tagging/identifying the ring, as tags and sharpies weren’t exactly as available as they are today. Indeed, this ring predates the modern ballpoint pen by about 50 years.)

Dimensions: approx. 4.7 mm wide north-to-south; 14.55 mm east-to-west (measured from the outer edges of the outermost diamonds); stands 3.8mm tall above the finger

Size: 6 1/4 (free sizing)

Diamonds: .55-.60 ctw., est.; three Old European Cuts diamonds in the center flanked by two antique Single Cuts (approx. .23 carat center, .32 ctw. for the sides, .06 ctw. for the periphery stones) with approx. H-I color and SI-to-I clarity overall 

 

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