Undulating bands of 18kt rose gold weave around your finger, dusted first with smaller diamonds leading on to the greater ones. Rose gold, white diamonds, all leading to a central pair of yellow, champagne colored diamonds, a sweet blending of colors and materials. The purity and elegance of it speaks to the best of Edwardian pieces, a proud elegance made even more special by its materials, since rose gold Edwardian pieces are rarer than their whiter counterparts. Large enough to be noticed, small enough for daily wear, of delicate looks but sturdy construction, here is a ring that is ready to be all things to any lady lucky enough to wear it!
Condition: Excellent antique condition. Size 6 ¼, almost 6 ½. Tested 18kt rose gold, all diamonds also tested, measured, and calculated, which add up to 1 ctw. (upon request I can provide the measurements, but it would be too much to list here). The two center diamonds are light yellows, champagne colored, and the smaller surrounding ones are whiter, giving a small but distinct addition to the composition of the piece. The center section is 7/8" long. A couple of prongs were damaged and have been retipped, which was a small repair that was excellently done, leaving everything well-set and clean. Weighs 3.6 grams.