Georgian 0.98 Carat Spinel & Diamond Ring, circa 1800
A fine and rare Georgian spinel ring. The square cut spinel in the centre displays an unbelievably vivid pinkish red, and is secured in a closed-backed cut-down setting. The centre spinel is flanked by a two further (round) spinels, with six (three each side) old cut diamonds in silver closed-backed cut-down settings. On a flat, 15 carat yellow gold shank featuring decorative engraving. Beautiful, collectable, wearable.
Accompanied by an independent jewellery report from IGR (#30310374).
Cut – The central spinel is a square step-cut, with round cut spinels either side. The diamonds are old mine cuts and rose cuts.
Colour – The diamonds range from F to I.
Clarity – The diamonds are graded as I1; all are clean to the naked eye.
Carat – The central spinel is approximately 0.80 carat, with a further approximate 0.18 carat in the shoulders. The total approximate diamond weight is 0.12 carat.
Circa – 1800.
Size – O (UK) or 7 (US). Complimentary sizing is available, can be sized up or down.
Measurements – The centre spinel is approximately 6.25 x 6mm. The ring is 8.2mm at the widest point and its 4.9mm from the finger.
Metal – 15k yellow gold and silver. Tested.