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Georgian Pink Topaz & Rose Cut Diamond Ring, circa 1830



Item #: 12617S170.

A Georgian ring that is as much a relic of history as it is a piece of jewellery. At the centre is a long, lozenge shaped topaz in a closed-back setting that displays a soft purplish pink hue, surrounded by twenty-six rose cut diamonds in cut-down settings in dark, oxidised silver. The stylish crossover shoulders lead to a slim gold shank. A stunning ring with a gorgeous patina.

Cut – Cushion cut topaz and rose cut diamonds.

Clarity – The topaz is clean to the naked eye. The diamonds are SI1 to SI2; all are clean to the naked eye.

Carat – The topaz is approximately 2.25 carat, with an approximate diamond weight of 0.13 carat.

Circa – 1830.

Condition – The tarnishing (which we love!) can be polished away if you would prefer.

Size – N (UK) or 6.5 (US). Complimentary sizing is available, can go up or down.

Measurements – The head of the ring is 13.7 x 9.2mm. Sits 5.3mm from the finger.

Metal – 9k gold and silver. Tested.

Finance

£2,275