This early 19th century Georgian Emerald Diamond cluster ring is a beautiful statement ring. Crafted with elegance and sophistication in mind, this antique ring boasts 0.89cts of Emeralds with 0.25cts of antique Diamonds.
This Georgian ring has amazing coverage hugging the entirety of your finger. Due to its age and style, we suspect that the 12ct Gold ring band is actually handmade, a testament to the high-level of craftsmanship. Each gemstone glitters beautifully in the light, with the Emeralds themselves revealing a variety of tones from luminous mint to deep grassy green.
ERA: Georgian, c.1820.
RING SIZE: UK Size N / US Size 6 & 1/2
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MEASUREMENTS: Ring head 15mm long x 20mm wide.
Central Emerald 3mm long x 4.7mm wide x 2mm deep. (Approx 0.14ct)
14 Diamonds 1.5mm diameter each. (Approx 0.25ct total).
Outer Emeralds graduate from 2.5mm long x 1.5mm wide to 2.4mm diameter. (Approx 0.75ct combined).
Total approximate Emerald carat weight is 0.89ct.
Ring shank 2.5mm wide.
MATERIALS: Solid 12ct Gold, Solid 18ct Gold, Silver, Old Mine Cut Diamond, Emerald.
HALLMARKS: Tests as 12ct Gold shank & back of cluster, 18ct Gold settings on the Emeralds, and Silver settings on the Diamonds with a Silver component surrounding the head.
VERY GOOD: This early 19th century Georgian Emerald Diamond cluster ring is in beautiful condition for its long life. All of the gemstones are original to the piece, firmly held in place by the robust Georgian collet settings. This isn't a sign of damage or wear, but as the ring band is handmade it doesn't fit into the conventional modern ring sizing. With this in mind, we are confident that the piece will easily fit a UK size N which is a US 6 & 1/2.