Victorian 1.46 Carat Rose Cut Diamond Cluster Ring, circa 1860
A delight and absolute one-off. Set with a 1.04 carat rose cut diamond encircled by a further twelve smaller rose cuts. Rose cut diamonds are usually mounted in a closed back setting, but here – where they are open – the full sparkle and play of the stones are in evidence. Beautiful, unique and alive with charm.
Accompanied by an independent jewellery report.
Cut – Rose cuts.
Colour – H in the centre. The diamonds are between F to I.
Clarity – The central diamond is VS1. The outer diamonds range from VS2 to SI1 and are all clean to the naked eye.
Carat – 1.04 in the centre, with an estimated 0.42 carat in the surround.
Circa – 1860.
Size – P 1/2 (UK) or 7.75 (US). Complimentary sizing is available, can be sized up or down.
Measurements – The cluster is 13mm by 12.5mm and sits 5.7mm from the finger.
Metal – 18k gold. Stamped. The diamonds are in silver which is typical of jewellery from this period.