Oh, I remember well the day that I bought this beauty, I could see it glittering the second it came out of her purse, she kept showing me other things, brooches and such. I could barely pay attention, it kept catching my eye with every turn of my head as I got more and more impatient for her to hand it over. Once I saw these diamonds come to life in the sunlight, slipped it on my finger and saw the shimmering blue of the cosmos in the depths of the sapphire, I was hooked, it had to be mine!
Ten gorgeous mine cut diamonds wink and sparkle around a fabulous deep blue sapphire in this perfect Victorian cluster ring. This ring is so bright and lively that it's difficult to keep your eyes off of it, even in the dark! By daylight, by moonlight, even by candlelight this ring is the essence of late Victorian Romance.
The mounting is perfect, subdued and charming with just enough detail to give it polish. Done in 18 karat gold with platinum prongs to hold the diamonds and help show off how white and bright they are. The 10 diamonds add up to about .7 carats, and the sapphire weighs in at about .55 karat. This low profile ring weighs 4.2 grams and is a size 8, but could be re-sized rather easily. This ring is marked with English hallmarks that show that it is '18kt' and made by the maker 'AH'. Made in about 1910, this ring is a true charmer and would be an exciting and unusual engagement ring or perfect right hand ring. You could truly wear it with everything, from blue jeans to ball gowns!