This early Victorian ring combines sterling silver with 14K yellow gold to create the perfect setting for 24 old rose cut diamonds and a large genuine green emerald.
Each diamond is encased in a cup of silver petals and is about .10 ct for a total of 2.4 cts of sparkling diamonds. The vivid green rectangular emerald is framed by silver beads and it's approximately 2 cts. The emerald measures about 8mm by 10mm.
The sterling silver three-tier top is supported by an artistic 14K yellow gold base, etched with flower petals. The impressively sized ring top measures 3/4 by 7/8 inch. It rises up 1/2 inch from where it meets the ring band.
The outer shank is marked with French hallmarks and has also been jeweler tested for 14K gold and sterling silver.
The ring size is 7.5 U.S. but can easily be resized by a competent jeweler.
The ring weighs 11.3 grams. It's in excellent antique condition with no notable flaws. Ring has not been professionally cleaned as we leave the patina as found for buyer to decide. Circa 1880.
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