Art Deco 1.78 Carat Rose Cut Diamond Crossover Ring, circa 1920
A seriously classy rose cut diamond crossover ring. This gloriously unique ring features two chunky and high-domed rose cut diamonds each secured in open-backed eight-claw platinum coronet collets. Fourteen (seven each side) further rose cut diamonds are set in the platinum shoulders, leading to a slender, rose gold shank.
Accompanied by an independent jewellery report from IGR (#30307792).
Cut – Rose cut.
Colour – The two main stones are F and G respectively. The smaller diamonds are G to I.
Clarity – The two main stones are VS2 and SI2 respectively. The smaller diamonds range from VS1 to SI2.
Carat – The two main stones are 0.91 carat and 0.87 carat respectively, with a further approximate 0.20 carat in the shoulders.
Circa – 1920.
Measurements – Each of the mains stones is approximately 6.7mm. The ring is 14.4mm at the widest point and sits 6.7mm from the finger.
Size – N (UK) or 6.5 (US). Complimentary sizing is available, can go up or down.
Metal – 18k rose gold and platinum. Tested.