Date: mid-late 1800s
Design information: Victorian; crafted and engraved entirely by hand; six-prong (claw prongs) setting; tulip engraving motif surrounded by black enamel: in the the "language of flowers" (which, in the Victorian era, was a popular assignment of meaning to types and colors of flowers), a tulip symbolized a pure and overwhelming love.
Materials: 15K rose-yellow gold (aka "antique gold"); black enamel; diamond
Size: 6 (please contact us for sizing information)
Diamond: GIA certified 1.82 Old Mine Cushion Cut diamond; O to P range (a beautiful very faint platinum-yellow with lots of rainbows when in motion); VVS1 (the stone is nearly flawless)