Edwardian 3.28 Carat Old Cut Diamond Bombé Cluster Ring, circa 1910
A supreme bombé ring. A 1.26 carat old cut diamond sits atop a fine and swirling cluster in platinum in a high and bold three-dimensional design. The twelve swirls are each set with three eight-cut diamonds and, at the widest point, an (approximate) 0.10 carat old cut diamond. The light and open basketwork in the base leads to a solid platinum shank.
Accompanied by an independent jewellery report.
Cut – Old mine cut in the centre, with old mine cuts and eight-cuts in the surround.
Colour – The centre diamond is K with F to H colour diamonds in the surround.
Clarity – The centre is SI1. The diamonds in the surround are VS1 to VS2.
Carat – The centre is a known 1.26 carat. The total overall approximate diamond weight is 3.28 carat
Circa – 1910.
Measurements – The head of the ring is 22.5 x 22.2mm. Sits 14.8mm from the finger.
Size – Q 1/2 (UK) or 8.25 (US). Complimentary sizing is available, can go up or down.
Metal – Platinum. Stamped PT950.