Edwardian 18kt/Platinum Champagne Diamond Cluster Ring 1.60ctw
An exquisite diamond cluster ring from the Edwardian era (ca1910)! This gorgeous ring is crafted in 18kt gold topped in platinum, and has an elegant flower-inspired design. A stunning old Mine Cut champagne diamond is prong set at the center, surrounded by a border of white Mine Cut diamonds that adorn the "petals." The center stone weighs approximately .60ct. and has estimated SI2 clarity. Each of the surrounding white diamonds forming the border rests in a scalloped bezel setting. Fine milgrain detail lines the bezels, accentuating their soft and feminine appearance. Two additional diamonds rest at either shoulder of the ring, a wonderful finishing touch. The stones that comprise the halo and shoulders weigh approximately 1.00ctw combined, and have estimated I-J range color and SI1-SI3 range clarity. Completing the design is a smooth gold band, which is tapered in the back and stamped with a few numbers inside. This breathtaking ring would look incredible worn on special occasions, or it could make an outstanding engagement ring!
Measurements: The ring has a finger size 6.25, but could be easily re-sized up or down. The diamond centerpiece measures 1/2" in diameter and rests about 1/4" high. The band measures 2mm wide in the back.
Condition: The overall condition of the ring is excellent. Besides some surface wear, there is no apparent damage to the platinum-topped gold setting. All of the diamonds are intact and securely set.