A unusual early Rose cut Diamond solitare ring.
Swirling floral vines in an open work design give this ring an ethereal beauty. The mounting undulates and curves up the sides and over the shoulders of the ring. The slightly oval rose cut diamond is set in a silver closed back setting, which is then set into the many pronged head. Diamonds were commonly set in closed silver mountings with foil behind the gem to make them sparkle more in the low light of candles.
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Size: 7.75, can be resized up or down 2 sizes for no additional charge
Materials: 12k yellow Gold, Rose Cut Diamond
Measurements: 9mm wide at front 3.2 at back, the diamond measures 4mm x 5.5mm
Date: Circa 1800
Condition: Good with wear in keeping with its age, at some point a repair to silver bezel was made with high carat gold