This charming ring was crafted in the late 19th century from a Georgian diamond button. The central rose cut diamond has a gorgeous high dome, surrounded by a halo of ten rose cut diamonds and a shimmering outer border of teeny tiny rose cuts. Fabricated in silver topped 14 karat gold. Truly an exceptional example of a Georgian diamond cluster ring.
The diamonds are foiled backed to add brilliance. Care should be given not to submerge the ring in water as it can tarnish and damage the foil.
Metal: 14 karat gold and silver
Measurements: 21 mm in diameter (just over 3/4")
Diamonds: 1.80 - 2 carats of rose cut diamonds
Condition notes: The shank has been sized. There is one tiny rose cut missing in the outer border.
Georgian Rose Cut Diamond Cluster Ring