Period: this is a difficult piece to date. Were it yellow or rose gold, we’d estimate c. 1880s-1890s because of its marked Victorian style and Art Nouveau flourishes. Being white gold, however, we’re more inclined to estimate c. late 1910s to early 1920s, the early dawn of white gold jewelry design.
Materials: unplated 14K white gold; silver topping the shoulders; diamonds
Dimensions: the center measures 8.9mm in diameter; the ring stands 4.5mm tall above the finger
Size: 6 3/4 (free sizing)
Center:1.09 carat Round Rose Cut diamond (GIA certified as Modified Brilliant; I color; VS2 clarity)
Accents: six antique Rose Cut diamonds (.05 ctw., est.)
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