What a lovely piece of history! I have been admiring this piece on my index finger, and it has such a substantial look and quality! Pristine bright robin's egg blue enamel work, chunky antique rose cut and old mine cut diamonds, creamy pearls, and a timeless Victorian star motif in a dome style statement ring for one lucky lady! This circa 1880's cocktail ring comprises an oval cabochon mounting measuring 19.40 x 14.85 x 12.48 mm, set with blue enamel, with a central carved star bead-set at the center with one old mine cut diamond surrounded by four pearls and eight round rose cut diamonds, atop a 12k yellow gold gallery, on a 14k yellow gold, half-round shank which measures from 1.49 to 3.42 mm in width. The old mine cut diamond is VS2 in clarity, I-J in color, measures approximately 2.80 x 2.45 mm, and weighs approximately 0.07 carat. The eight round rose cut diamonds are SI2-I1 in clarity, H-J in color, measure an approximate average of 1.40 mm in diameter, and weigh approximately 0.005 carat each. A total of diamonds being approximately .11 carats. The four creamy natural pearls are near round, measure approximately 4.00 mm in diameter, are color: light cream, clean to lightly blemished, and have good luster. The ring weighs 7.6 grams, is stamped “14K” and is currently a finger size 9.75. I can have my trusted jeweler safely re-size this for a flat custom $90 gold sizing fee for this particular ring, just message me prior to checking out so I can adjust the listing price. I can send a current retail replacement appraisal upon completion of sale, just ask! Questions are welcomed on Ring-2426.