Georgian 18kt Mine & Rose Cut Diamond Double Halo Cluster Ring 1.90ctw
A spectacular rose cut diamond ring from the Georgian (ca1830) era! This incredible 18kt gold ring features a beautiful double halo design comprised of sparkling old Mine cut and Rose Cut diamonds. The diamonds vary in size, and are hand set in two circular rows that surround a large central stone. The center diamond is an old Mine Cut stone, weighing approximately .70ct and exhibiting a soft, natural champagne color. The surrounding stones weigh approximately 1.20ctw combined, and rest in raised prong settings with a scalloped design visible along the sides. A decorative pillar motif rests decorates each shoulder, formed by leaf-like accents. A magnificent example of Georgian era jewelry, this outstanding ring has quite an impressive design and would look perfect worn on special occasions!
Measurements: The ring has a finger size of 6.5, but could be resized if desired. The circular centerpiece has a 5/8" diameter and rests approximately 1/4" high when worn.
Condition: The overall condition of the ring is excellent. It is normal for Georgian era jewelry to show signs regular surface wear due to age. Besides normal surface wear, there is no apparent damage to the gold setting, and all of the diamonds are all intact. The ensemble of stones vary in size, shape, color, and clarity. The head of the ring has an oxidized surface from an applied patina, which gives additional depth and dimension to the beautiful design.