Edwardian Era Flower Form Diamond Cluster Ring in 14k Gold & Platinum
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A charming, Edwardian-era, flower-form ring, modeled in 14k rosy yellow gold and platinum, whose primary gem is a 1/4 carat old mine cut diamond. This lively, old diamond is set in a platinum bezel— it hovers at the center of our “flower," and eight rose cut diamonds glitter from the petal-like seats that surround it. This ring has cathedral shoulders, and a simple notched shoulder. Its under-gallery is hand-pierced with a pattern that resembles a lattice or trellis. Its diamonds are white and lively. This old darling is low profile, and very flattering in wear. It would make a very sweet engagement ring!
c. 1900 - 1910
This ring can be resized (down to US 5 and up to US 10). Resizing for this ring is complimentary.
Ring head measures approx 10.25 mm; rise is approx 4.4 mm; shank measures approx 2.3 mm at the shoulder and tapers to approx 1.6 mm at the base; central diamond measures approx 4 mm (carat weight is approx .25 carats); rosecuts (8) measure approx 1.5 mm.