• SOLD Early Victorian Rose Diamond Trilogy Ring


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    A beautiful understated ring from the late Georgian/early Victorian period. The ring has three pretty rose diamonds set across the finger, which have three tiny diamond slices set either side of the centre stone. The rose diamonds are foil backed and this gives the stones a pretty soft peach glow. The rose cuts allow the light to sparkle off the facets of the diamonds. They have been set in silver, as was customary of the period, and the side of the setting has lovely etching. The diamonds are closed back and the shank is 14kt gold. 


    Materials - 14kt Gold (hallmarked with a later hallmark of 585, probably Dutch in origin), Silver, Rose Diamonds

    Age - C1830-40

    Size - The setting measures approx 13mm across the finger.

            Ring size UK Q US 8.  This ring could be resized.

    Condition - Very good antique condition. Please note, this ring should not be worn around water due to its closed back and foil             backed diamonds.

    Weight - 4.8g