c. 1900 Victorian / Art Nouveau Rose Cut Diamond Ring in Mixed-Color 14K Gold

Period: c. 1890s - 1920s; Victorian / Art Nouveau; this is a playful and petite ring that's low and smooth in profile.

Materials: stamped “14K”; varied colors of 14K gold; the shoulders appear to have a rose gold base with white plaiting on top, though the rose is difficult to discern without viewing the ring from within--Art Nouveau jewelry is known for its playful materials and colors, but it's not always easy to tell what's going on. Also note that this is a thin piece (also common to c. 1900s rings), which was part of its initial design. Contact us if you have questions or concerns.

Dimensions: the ring measures approx. 7.00 mm wide across the top, north to south; the bezel’s diameter is approx. 6.60 mm across; the ring stands 3.50 mm tall above the finger

Size: 6 (free sizing: note that the piece has a thin shank and body, which is how it was first designed and crafted)

Diamond: .74 carat round rose cut diamond with approx. I-J color and VVS2-VS1 clarity (stone graded in its mounting by a GIA GD; weight and grades are approximate)



Item MT26