Victorian Era OMC Diamond Cluster Silver Top Flower Ring in 18k Gold
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A soulful, Victorian-era, cluster ring, modeled in silver and 14k yellow gold, whose seven OMC diamonds come together in the form of a flower. The chunky, old mine cut diamonds that make up the petals of this flower are set in silver collects, which are reinforced with trios of petal-like prongs— ridge-like silver spaces also "compartmentalize" these diamonds. The ring's central .30 carat diamond is held in a full bezel. The ring's tapering, half-round shank is modeled in 14k yellow gold, and small, hand-sawn, delicately-engraved leaves decorate its split shoulders. Its gallery is further engraved with floral motifs. This ring has lived. Its diamonds are not perfectly matched— some of them are flawed or included, while others are quite clean. They are all hand-cut, with big, open culets, small tables, and charming off-round shapes. They face up white to slightly silver, and sparkle beautifully. CTW is approx 1.14 carats. We love this old darling, and her slightly rough beauty!
US 5 1/2.
This ring can be resized; to add resizing to your order (up to US 8 and down to US 4), visit our services section.
Ring face measures approx 12.33 x 12.83 mm; shank measures approx 5.4 mm at the shoulder and tapers to approx 1.7 mm at the base; rise is approx 5 mm; central diamond measures approx 4.1 mm (weight is approx .30 carats); accent diamonds measure approx 3.1 - 3.6 mm (weight varies but averages .14 carats, each).