A lovely diamond cluster ring from the Victorian (ca1850) era! The mixed metals design combines a 14kt gold band with a sterling silver centerpiece, creating a lovely 2-tone effect. Decorating the centerpiece is a cluster of 8 old Rose Cut diamonds. The largest center stone is elevated above the surface, while the smaller stones surrounding it form a sparkling halo design. Collectively, the diamonds have a total carat weight of approximately 1ctw. Completing the design is a slim gold band with pillar-style shoulders. A wonderful antique piece, it is highly representative of the Victorian era, and could make a unique engagement ring!
Measurements: The ring has a finger size 7, but could be easily resized if desired. The centerpiece measures 1/2" tall and 1/2" wide while it rests about 1/8" above the finger.
Condition: The overall condition of the ring is excellent. Besides normal surface wear, there is no apparent damage to the gold and sterling silver setting. The diamonds are all intact and securely set.