This exquisite ring would make a wonderful gift for someone who treasures jewelry from yesteryear! Dating from the Edwardian Era, circa 1900?s-1910?s, this 14k yellow gold ring features a floral design and nine natural diamonds. The face of the ring showcases a petaled flower with a raised center adorned with a single diamond and eight diamonds glistening inside the petals. Altogether, the Old Mine Cut diamonds have a combined 1.16 carat total weight, VS1 - SI1 clarity, and H - I color. Open ports around and under the face of the ring allow light to flow freely through the diamonds for enhanced brilliance and sparkle. The petals themselves vary in shape, with hearts alternating with five-sided bezels to give the flower an exotic look. Heraldic shields embellish the sides of the ring as they merge into a smoothly polished and contoured shank. In excellent condition, the ring has been professionally tested to verify the 14k gold purity.
This ring is a size 4 1/4, but it can be re-sized up 3 sizes for a $25 fee or down 1 size for a $20 fee. Once a ring is re-sized, we guarantee the work but we are unable to offer a refund on the sizing. Please contact for additional sizing options.
Metal Content: Guaranteed 14k Gold as tested Diamond Clarity: VS1 - SI1 Diamond Color: H - I Stone Shape: Old Mine Cut Stone Information: 1.16ctw Measurements: Face Height 21/32" (16.2mm), Rise Above Finger 5/16" (8.0mm) Weight: 5.1 Grams