Victorian 18kt Rose Cut Diamond Cluster Ring 0.80ctw
A spectacular rose cut diamond ring from the late Victorian (ca1900) era! This incredible ring features a beautiful cluster of sparkling old Rose Cut diamonds resting in a circular 18kt gold setting. The diamonds vary in size and are hand set in two circular rows that surround a center stone. In total, the diamonds weigh approximately 0.80ctw and are pavé set in an open-back setting. A scalloped prong motif decorates the edges of the centerpiece, and a smooth gold band completes the design. A magnificent statement ring, its substantial and impressive appearance and would look perfect worn on special occasions!
Measurements: The ring has a finger size of 5.75, but could be resized up or down as desired. The circular centerpiece has a 5/8" diameter and measures 1/4" thick.
Condition: The overall condition of the ring is very good. It is normal for antique era jewelry to show signs regular surface wear due to age. The gold setting is in excellent condition and is free of any apparent damage. All of the diamonds are intact, and the stones vary in size, shape, color, and clarity. A few of the stones have tiny surface chips, however, this is not noticeable when worn and does not detract from the beauty of the ring.