Late Victorian Turquoise Rose Cut Diamond Cluster Ring .50ctw
A breathtaking turquoise and diamond ring from the Late Victorian (ca1900) era! Crafted in 9kt gold, the ring holds a delicate turquoise cabochon at the center. A halo of rose cut diamonds surrounds the turquoise stone, forming a beautiful cluster! The turquoise stone is smoothly polished and held within gold prongs, exhibiting a stunning sky blue color. Collectively, the diamonds weigh about .50ctw combined, and add a radiant sparkle! Completing the design is a smooth gold band, which tapers in slightly as it nears the back. Stamped inside the shank is a "9K" gold mark (indicating English origin). A beautiful antique piece, it is perfect for any turquoise lover, and would make a lovely addition to any jewelry collection!
Measurements: The ring has a finger size of 5, but it could easily be resized. The turquoise and diamond centerpiece measures approximately 1/2" tall, 3/8" wide, and rests about 1/4" above the finger when worn. The tapered gold band measures 1mm wide at the back.
Condition: The overall condition of the ring is excellent. Besides normal surface wear, there is no apparent damage to the gold setting or to the turquoise and diamond stones, all of which are intact and securely set.