Edwardian 14kt/Platinum Diamond "Hat Box" Cluster Ring 1.30ctw
A gorgeous diamond cluster ring from the Edwardian (ca1910s) era! This "hat box" style ring is crafted in 14kt white gold and platinum, and holds a cluster of sparkling diamonds. An old Mine Cut diamond graces the center of the box setting, weighing 0.90ct and exhibiting K-L range color and SI clarity. It rests within a lightly milgrained bezel, radiating beautifully as it catches the light! Encircling the stone is a border of pavé-set diamonds, which collectively weigh 0.60ctw. Together, all of the stones within the ring weigh 1.30ctw, creating an incredible sparkling array. A fine airline cutout surrounds the central diamond, giving the impression that it "floats" at the middle, a subtle but elegant detail. Fine airline cutouts decorate the gallery of the mounting, and a smooth 14kt gold band wraps around the back, stamped "14K" inside the shank. A fantastic and feminine design, it could make a unique engagement ring, or would look stunning worn on special occasions!
Measurements: The ring has a finger size of 6.5, but could easily be re-sized. The centerpiece measures approximately 1/2" in diameter, and rests about 1/4" above the finger when worn. The graduated band measures 2mm wide at the back.Condition: The overall condition of the ring is excellent. Besides normal surface wear, there is no apparent damage to the platinum and white gold setting. All of the diamonds are intact and securely set.