We often use the word beautiful to describe our jewellery but this ring is really something special.. Crafted from fine pierced Silver, 9ct Gold and Rose cut Diamonds this ring is airy, feminine and eye-catching!
Before Platinum was used in jewellery and before White Gold was invented the metal of choice was silver. It was used in fine jewellery through the end of the 19th century and here we see it in the finest of guises.
We love the airy feel of the open filigree work, and combined with those 5 sparkly Rose cuts is just magic!
For an item over a 100 years old she's in incredible condition. A timeless classic!
ERA: Victorian (1837-1901)
MEASUREMENTS/RING SIZE: UK Size P / US Size 7.5
The setting measures 12mm wide and 38mm across the finger.
The largest diamond is 4mm in diameter and the smaller surrounding stones each measure 1.5-2mm in diameter.
Resizing available on request - just send us a message to enquire!
MATERIALS: Diamond, 9ct Yellow Gold, Silver
HALLMARKS: None present, tested as 9ct and Sterling Silver.
This ring is in immaculate condition throughout. Truly an exceptional example!
The Diamonds are all bright, clear and excellently cut with no signs of damage or chips. The Sterling Silver openwork filigree setting is also in excellent condition with no dents or dings.
The Gold band is quite thin at the back, partly due to the design and partly to age, so we'd suggest that this ring probably isn't perfect for everyday wear as it currently is. The band could easily be replaced with a thicker one if you wanted to wear it all the time. Just let us know if this is something you'd like to discuss!
- Free UK delivery on all orders!
- Free Worldwide delivery on all orders over £150!
(Shipping charged at £10 for non-UK orders under £150)
We deliver all jewellery by courier with full tracking and insurance for your peace of mind. This item comes beautifully presented in a branded Lillicoco box and is securely padded and protected during transit.
Please message us or call +44 (0)117 925 4798 for more information.