Georgian French 18kt/Silver Rose Cut Diamond Ring
A beautiful rose cut diamond ring from the Georgian era (ca1790)! This wonderful French made ring is crafted in 18kt yellow gold with a darkened silver-topped setting. Three sparkling rose cut diamonds rest at the center, each held in a closed foil-back belcher setting. The center stone weighs approximately .15ct. A beautiful split gold band frames the diamonds at either side, complete with elegant swirls of flowing hand-engraved detail. A small French hallmark can be found on the outside of the band in the back. A wonderful and enchanting Georgian era ring, it looks simply stunning when worn. It would make a magnificent addition to any collection, or a very unique and special engagement ring!
Measurements: The ring has a finger size of 7, but could be slightly re-sized. The silver and diamond centerpiece measures 1/4" tall and 1/2" wide.
Condition: The overall condition of the ring is excellent. Besides normal surface wear, there is no apparent damage to the silver-topped gold setting, and all three of the diamond stones are intact. The silver setting has a darkened appearance due to its natural patina on the surface, which is normal for Georgian era jewelry and adds natural depth to the design.