Late Victorian Gold and Silver Ring with a Spready 8.20 mm Rose Cut Diamond Center

Period: c. late 1800s-early 1900s; late/post Victorian

Materials: approx. 14K gold; silver; diamonds

Dimensions: the top measures 10.50 mm in diameter; the ring stands 5.10 mm tall above the finger

Size: 9 1/4 (free sizing where sizing is possible—contact us for more info)

Diamonds: Diamonds assessed in their mounting by a GIA GD—weights and grades are approximate
    Center: an approx. 8.20 mm round Rose Cut diamond—the stone’s weight is difficult to assess because this is a particularly spready stone (it measures approx. 8.20 mm in diameter, the equivalent “face up” spread of a 2.00+ carat Modern Round Brilliant). Our estimate is around .70 - .80 carats; K color (it appears near colorless when viewed head on); SI1 clarity
    Accents: approx. .06 ctw.; two Rose Cut diamonds



Item Q3658