Victorian 0.60 Carat Old Cut Diamond Five Stone Crossover Ring, circa 1900
An achingly pretty Victorian diamond ring. The white and bright old mine cut diamonds are set in six claw coronet collets, with an additional small rose cut diamond at each end. The stones sit nice and low to the finger, on a wide sweeping crossover shank.
Accompanied by an independent jewellery report from IGR (#30309945).
Cut – The three middle stones are old mine cuts. The two outer diamonds are rose cuts.
Colour – F to G.
Clarity – VS2 to SI1.
Carat – The centre is approximately 0.30 carat, with a total approximate diamond weight of 0.60 carat.
Circa – 1900.
Size – L (UK) or 5 1/2 (US). Complimentary sizing is available, can be sized up or down.
Measurements – From the outer edge of one rose cut diamond to the other is 15.9mm. The ring is 9.9mm at the widest point and sits 3.1mm from the finger.
Metal – 18k yellow gold. French hallmarks.