This fine antique Garnet and Diamond cluster ring is a gorgeous example of Victorian jewellery! Crafted from 18ct Yellow gold with Silver settings, as was typical at the time, this ring exudes elegance and confidence.
Traditional cluster rings have been popular throughout the ages, and continue to be a beloved jewellery staple today. This one consists of a glorious and large deep red Garnet centre, full of seductive tones of mahogany and dark treacle, with a halo of dainty old cut Diamonds to highlight that fabulous gem.
As a whole this cluster ring is quite formidable size, with the Garnet measuring over a centimetre and weighing approximately 5 carats!
It will make a gorgeous dress ring or an alternative engagement ring for the bride with a darker side...
ERA: Victorian (1837-1901)
RING SIZE: UK Size O.5 / US Size 7 & 1/4
The Garnet measures 12mm long x 10mm wide.
The Diamonds around the outside measure approx. 1mm in diameter.
The setting stands 5mm from the finger when worn.
The band is 1.5mm thick.
Resizing available on request - just send us a message to enquire!
MATERIALS: 18ct Gold, Garnet, Diamond
This gorgeous antique Garnet Diamond cluster ring is in superb condition, and is ready to be worn and enjoyed. The Garnet is deep with rich mahogany red and perfectly intact with no chips, cracks or scratches. There are some light abrasions to the facet edges under x10 magnification, but to the eye the facets are crisp and beautiful. The band and setting are also in fine condition with no damage. There is no thinning to the back of the band and no evidence of re-sizing. The Diamonds are all bright and well-matched and the gems are set securely. A fine piece of Victorian jewellery you can wear with pride!
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