We are delighted to offer this fabulous Victorian 18K gold ring with a dual row of antique old mine cut diamonds made c.1890.Distinctly Victorian and distinguished from contemporary pieces, 10 diamonds (approx 0.7 carat total) are set in two rows with tapering sides forming a 'boat-shaped' design.Such intricate design allows for each stone to be presented at a slightly different angle resulting in a wonderful sparkle under lighting.Set in antique 18K gold, the diamonds wonderfully accent the gold tone. The 'shoulders' of the ring are finely engraved with Victorian scrolls adding further classical and timeless aesthetics.
Diamond is known to be the birthstone for April.
A splendid gift to a lucky individual or as an indulgent treat for oneself. Classically elegant and ideal for the discerning jewellery and antique lover.
The ring is not marked however we have tested it for 18K solid gold.
All of our rings come with a complimentary hard shell gift box with a velvet interior.
UK Size P
|3.05g /0.098 t oz|
Condition: Great antique condition with no issues/damage. - Please refer to the photos for further details.
We are able to offer a resizing service for all our rings unless otherwise stated in the description.
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We will always ensure your items are packaged with the utmost care and see the delivery through to the end. In the very rare and unfortunate case of non-delivery/courier loss, you are fully covered with us and we will fully refund you.
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