This unusual 19th century ring holds four pear shaped diamonds in a quatrefoil pattern. The striking facets on these antique diamonds are amplified by the oval shape of their open culets and the two tiered gallery that holds them has lovely repeating crescents. The beautifully sparkling white diamonds have a total weight of 1.03ct. The setting is smooth and tapered in buttery 18k yellow gold. The band is beveled slightly on the inside and extremely comfortable to wear.
This ring comes with an insurance replacement appraisal from an Independent Gemological Laboratory. It appraises for $4250.
Diamond Details: .46ct SI2 G/H, .36ct VS2 G/H, .09ct SI1 G/H, .12ct SI1 G/H.
Details.....The ring is currently a size 7.25 and can be sized up or down 1.5 sizes free of charge. Please contact us if you need this ring sized up more than 1.5 sizes, it may be possible, and will have a small fee. The top measures 13.5mm x 10.7mm the side measures 3.5mm and the back of the band 2.1mm. In Excellent Antique condition, you should always expect some wear on vintage and antique jewels, we consider it part of their charm.