Undoubtedly Victorian and fabulously French, this antique French 18ct Gold rose-cut Dimond cluster ring has captured our hearts, and is sure to capture yours too! This Victorian Diamond ring showcases the reason we are in awe of rose-cut Diamonds, with every Diamond possessing unique hand-cut facets, she flaunts a myriad of individual dazzles that could mesmerise for hours.
Her ring face boasts an organic form that adds bundles of antique charm, crafted entirely from cool-toned Sterling Silver. The smooth 18ct White Gold ring band effortlessly caresses your finger, holding this Diamond cluster ring securely in place with maximum comfort.
On the back of the ring shank, you will see the French eagle's head hallmark, authenticating her fineness of 18ct Gold, which has been in use since 1838. Such a unique piece, she'd be a Diamond engagement ring like no other!
ERA: Victorian (1837-1901)
RING SIZE: UK Size L / US Size 5 1/2
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MEASUREMENTS: Ring face is 16mm long x 11.5mm wide.
Ring band is 2.5mm wide.
3 central Diamonds are approximately 3mm long x 4.5mm wide, weighing approx 0.39ct combined.
14 surrounding Diamonds graduate from 1.5mm to 3mm in diameter, approx 0.67ct combined.
Total Diamond carat weight approx 1.06ct.
*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.
MATERIALS: Sterling Silver settings, 18ct White Gold shank, Rose-Cut Diamonds.
STAMPS: French Eagles head hallmark on the outside of the ring band.
PACKAGING: Your ring will be shipped in a luxury velvet Lillicoco presentation box.
VERY GOOD. This antique French 18ct Gold rose-cut Dimond cluster ring is in very good condition! Each rose-cut Diamond is secure within their setting. Although they don't possess a bright sparkle, their facets still dance beneath the light- it's safe to say you wouldn't find Diamonds like this these days. Her Sterling Silver does have a few dings, noticeable under a loupe, but we feel this is very in keeping with the style of the ring and does not affect her structural integrity. The 18ct White Gold band is perfectly round with no resizing marks or damage to note. She's a gorgeous piece of Victorian jewellery to complete your collection!