Absolutely stunning is this antique, Victorian double halo diamond and gold cluster ring with black enamel, of hand-made construction, circa late-19th century. The ring comprises an old mine cut diamond surrounded by eight smaller old mine cut diamonds, surrounded in turn by ten old mine cut diamonds separated by black enameled bars, forming a round mounting measuring 19.23 mm in diameter, on a half-round 14k yellow gold shank which measures from 1.66 to 2.76 mm in width. The center diamond is SI2 in clarity, I-J in color, weighs approximately .40 carats. The smaller diamonds are SI1-SI2 in clarity, H-J in color, weigh from approximately .11 to .14 carats each, and have an approximate total weight of 2.28 carats. Approximate total gem weight: 2.68 carats. The ring is unmarked. Total weight: 6.6 grams. The ring is currently a size 8 US and is resizable. Jewelry Finds® additional sizing up or down will be determined on a case by case basis so please inquire :). Ring re-sizing takes an additional 3-7 business days by a third party Master Jeweler. I will be more than happy to email this piece's current retail replacement appraisal upon completion of sale, just ask! Questions are welcomed on Ring-2201.
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