Vintage Victorian/Belle Époque Revival Two-Tone Rose Cut Diamond Engagement Ring

Period: dated 1961, from London, England. Designed and crafted in a c.1900 late Victorian/early Edwardian/Belle Époque style. 

Stamps: “B.K.T.” maker’s mark (likely Bennel, King, and Titmas); stamped with the British Royal Crown and 18 for 18K gold; the jaguar head for London, England; and a stylized f denoting 1961 assay date; stamped “plat” for the ring top; bears a carved serial/style number

Materials: 18K gold; platinum; diamonds

Dimensions: the top measures approx. 11.00mm in diameter; the ring stands 5.00 mm tall above the finger

Size: 8 1/2 (free sizing—note: for large steps downwards, parts of the style number may need to be removed, but the British stamps and maker’s mark can be preserved)

    Center: 1.04 carat Round Rose Cut diamond (GIA-assessed as a Round Modified Brilliant with H color and SI2 clarity)
    Accents: ten Single Cut diamonds (.10 ctw., est.) w/approx. G-H color and SI clarity overall (accent diamonds graded in their mounting by a GIA GD)


Item Q3150