Victorian 14kt Mine Cut Diamond 5-Stone Ring .75ctw
A gorgeous diamond ring from the late Victorian era (ca1890-1900)! Made of 14kt gold, this stunning ring has a beautiful 5-stone design. Lining the face of the ring is a row of graduated chunky old mine cut diamonds, which rest in a shared prong setting. The diamonds are simply breathtaking and sparkle beautifully when turned in the light! The center stone weighs approximately .25ct and has I-J range color and VS1 range clarity. The outer four diamonds weigh approximately .50ctw combined, and have H-L range color and VS1-VS2 range clarity. A beautiful flowing filigree motif decorates the side of the setting, extending to a smooth tapered band in the back. Stamped inside the shank are the numbers "1185." When worn, the ring has a radiant appearance that is rich in texture and history. It would make a unique multi-stone engagement ring or wedding band!
Measurements: The ring has a finger size of 6.25, but could be easily re-sized up or down. The band measures approximately 1.5mm 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, and all five of the diamonds are intact and securely set.