Early-Victorian Enamel & Diamond Ring
Circa 1860. This stunning Victorian ring dates from the late Romantic Period. The sterling silver ring features a sterling silver diamond flower atop a backdrop of cobalt-blue enamel. The flower is accented with 20 bead-set, rose-cut diamonds. The ring is also accented with 36 bead-set, old mine-cut diamonds set into sterling silver settings. Both the under gallery and the shank are constructed of 14KT yellow gold. The diamonds weigh 1.62 carats in total, with SI1-I1 clarity and I-J color. It's rare to find a beautiful piece like this one (over 150 years old!) in such wonderful condition.
Appraised Value: $7,300
The ring measures 21.6mm at the top, rises 6.5mm above the finger, tapering to 1.2mm wide and 0.8mm thick at the base of the shank. This ring is currently a size 7 ½.
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