Victorian 1.41 Carat Old Cut Diamond Cluster Ring, circa 1900
A cracking Victorian diamond cluster ring. The old cut diamond in the centre is rubover and milgrain set, and floats within a surround of twelve smaller rubover set old cuts. The cluster sits nice and low to the finger is a silver gallery, on a slim 14k yellow gold shank.
Accompanied by an independent jewellery report from IGR (#30308545).
Cut – Old mine cuts.
Colour – H in the centre. The surrounding diamonds are F to G.
Clarity – The centre is I1. The surround diamonds are SI1 to I1.
Carat – The centre is approximately 0.86 carat, with a further approximate 0.55 carat in the surround.
Circa – 1900.
Size –T (UK) or 9 5/8 (US). Complimentary sizing is available, can be sized up or down.
Measurements – The head of the ring is 12.7mm in diameter and sits 5mm from the finger.
Metal – The band is 14k gold (stamped 585). The diamonds are set in silver (tested).