This Georgian 15ct Gold flat-cut Garnet Diamond cluster ring is a magnificent antique find. Featuring a chunky, buttery 15ct Gold shank, she boasts a juicy cherry-hued foiled Garnet in her centre framed by a halo of peppery rose-cut Diamonds.
Featuring solid Sterling Silver settings and a Gold trim around her Garnet, she has an irresistible Georgian character that you will fall in love with! Exuding splendour, this Georgian cluster ring will become your most prized possession.
ERA: Georgian, c.1820.
RING SIZE: UK Size S / US Size 9 & 1/8
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MEASUREMENTS: Ring is 12.5mm wide at the head, tapering to 2mm wide at the back of the shank.
Flat-cut Garnet is 6mm long x 7mm wide.
Rose-cut Diamonds are each approx. 1.5mm wide, total of approx. 0.21ct.*
*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: 15ct Gold shank, Sterling Silver settings, flat-cut Garnet, rose-cut Diamonds (0.21ct).
STAMPS & HALLMARKS: None present. Tested as 15ct Gold with Sterling Silver settings.
PACKAGING: Your ring will be shipped in a luxury velvet Lillicoco presentation box.
VERY GOOD. This Georgian 15ct Gold flat-cut Garnet Diamond cluster ring is in very good antique condition. Each gemstone is securely set and retains a beautiful vibrance, even after all these years! There are a few light scratches to the central Garnet, but these are very subtle. The Diamonds do also differ slightly in hue and brilliance, but this doesn't take away from their undeniable charm. Because these gemstones have closed-back settings, as was typical in Georgian pieces, you need to make sure you don't get them wet, to keep them looking their best! For this reason, she is probably not ideal for everyday wear. A special jewel, her shank and settings retain a glossiness and are very sturdy. We simply adore her!