Victorian 2.10 Carat Fancy Cognac & White Old Cut Diamond Ring, circa 1900
A wonderfully quirky old cut diamond ring from the start of last century. Set in the centre is a oval shaped, fancy brown old mine cut diamond which displays a rich, vibrant cognac hue. Two bright and white round old cut diamonds at set at the sides, with the three main stones separated by two pair of old mine cut diamond spacers. Fine engraving on the shoulders leads to a slim 18k yellow gold D-shaped shank.
Accompanied by an independent jewellery report from IGR (#30307013).
Cut – Old oval cut in the centre, with old cuts either side.
Colour – The centre is fancy brown. The larger diamonds either side are F to G. The small, spacing diamonds are H to J.
Clarity – SI2 in the centre. The larger diamonds either side are VS2 and SI1. The small, spacing diamonds are SI2 to I2.
Carat – The centres is a known 1.04 carat, with approximately 0.93 carat of larger side diamonds and 0.13 carat of spacer diamonds.
Circa – 1900.
Size – Q (UK) or 8 (US). Complimentary sizing is available, can be sized up or down.
Measurements – From the edge of one outer stone to the other is 18.4mm. The ring is 7.2mm at the widest point and sits 4mm from the finger.
Metal – 18k yellow gold. Tested.