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Antique 18ct Gold Rose-Cut Diamond Cluster Lever-Back Earrings, 0.40ct total

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SKU: X3199



This mouthwatering pair of antique 18ct Gold Diamond cluster earrings are an easy 'yes'. Complete with a total of fourteen glittering rose-cut Diamonds in a classic floral or cluster formation, this pair of Victorian lever-back earrings have an undeniable luxurious and expensive feel!

Each flower cluster consists of brightly scintillating antique Diamonds, encased in a pristine black Enamel border, all sitting on rich 18ct Gold. These elegant earrings have secure lever-backs which mean you can comfortably wear this pair all day long, and deep into the night without a second thought!

Feminine in nature and classic in design, you will certainly want to have these antique Diamond earrings in your collection.

Item Details:

ERA: Victorian, c.1860.

MEASUREMENTS: Earrings are 17mm long from top to bottom.
Flower cluster is 10mm in diameter. 
Rose-Cut Diamonds are approximately 2mm in diameter each (approx 0.40ct total).*

*Please note the unique and irregular shape of Rose-cut Diamonds prohibit their accurate carat weight assessment. Carat weights provided are estimates only and based on the carat spread of equivalent sized modern round brilliant-cut Diamonds. 

Weight: 2.6g combined.

MATERIALS: 18ct Gold, Rose Cut Diamonds, Black Enamel. 

STAMPS & HALLMARKS: None present.

PACKAGING: Your order will be gift-wrapped free of charge in a Lillicoco cardboard box made from recycled materials, tied with a ribbon.


EXCELLENT. This pair of antique 18ct Gold rose-cut Diamond cluster earrings are in excellent condition. The earrings have remained pristine throughout the years, and have very minimal wear to note, especially when considering their grand age. The black Enamel detailing is crisp and is free from any chips or signs of wear. The Diamonds are all secure within their settings, and sparkle beautifully. The lever backs open with a gentle push, and go back in with a "click"! We find it difficult to fault these beauties!