Victorian 2.47 Carat Old Cut Diamond Cluster Earrings, circa 1880
A sublimely beautiful, rare, and impressive pair of Victorian diamond earrings. Each of the principle diamonds weighs approximately 0.85 carat, and is set in closed-backed cut-down silver settings. Twelve smaller old mine cuts in rubover settings surround the centres, all backed in rose gold. With over sized push-backs for extra security.
Accompanied by an independent jewellery report by IGR (#30309564).
Cut – Old mine cuts
Colour – The diamonds range from G to J.
Clarity – The diamonds range from VS2 to SI2.
Carat – The combined weight of the two principle stones is approximately 1.75 carat, with an overall estimated carat weight of 2.47.1
Circa – 1880.
Measurements – The earrings are approximately 10.7mm in diameter each.
Metal – The diamonds are set in silver, the backs of the earrings, the posts, and the push backs are all 9k rose gold. Tested.