Antique Georgian diamond ring centering a sparkling old rose cut diamond on a silver and gold setting
Antique Georgian diamond ring, from late Georgian era, this beautiful flower cluster ring passing decades upon decades in is remarkable form.
Centering a sparkling old rose cut diamond, a halo of eight rose cut diamonds totaling about 0.80 carats. Diamonds are foiled and closed back (to add brilliance) except for the one in the center.
Care should be given not to submerge the ring in water as it can tarnish and damage the foil.
It is made of 14 karats pink gold and silver.
Hallmarks: scallop and swan
The Georgian jewellery period spans from 1714 to 1837. It was named after four successive kings of England, George I, George II, George III and George IV.
So rare to find a diamond cluster ring of this age like this and in good condition.
Please note that this ring is an old lady and she comes minor surgace wear, even she is in a perfectly good condition.
Diamonds are in good condition, with natural inclusions and some with a lightly brownish color.
Note: one of the diamond is not a rose-cut diamond but a table cut diamond.
Total weight: 4,62 gr
Size ring: 53 or 6.25