A gorgeous row of 7 rose cut diamonds in a dress ring. Circa 1910
These diamonds are like precious baubles set high in a bridge setting, which is made with 15 k Rose gold (acid tested, hallmarked 15 ct).
This is a wonderful individual ring, and would make a great anniversary ring, individual wedding band or special dress ring.
The central diamond is approximately 4.1 mm in diameter, and estimated to be .35 carats. The other 6 diamonds are 3 - 3.5 mm in diameter. The total diamond carat weight is estimated to be approximately 1.4 carats.
The diamonds are much brighter in real life than some of the photographs display. They have great sparkle and liveliness, making this ring a pleasure to wear.
The setting and the diamonds are all in great condition.
The width of the diamond setting is 11/16 inch or 18 mm across the finger.
The ring size is: 8.5 (US, Canada); Q 1/2 (Australia, Ireland, UK, NZ); 18.5 (Germany, Belgium, Scandinavia); 18.5 (Italy); 17 (Japan, China, India).
The ring weighs 3.1 grams