Classic and never out of style, it's a perfect choice for the eco-conscious and those with an active life at night-stop speed. upon a Victorian ring of 18k yellow gold. The high carat gold of 18k places the classic finger ring into another category along with it precise date.
Here the gypsy setting is being utilized for a ring for woman. Popular for men’s jewelry during the 19th century, this was a secure setting with its gem embedded below the surface. Men (at the time) were more likely to use their hands for some sort of labor; consequently the exposure of less surface of the stone the better.
This is one lovely example of the Victorian three stone ring so in vogue during the late years of the 19th century. It features a cartouche of three (3) old mine cut diamonds with a total weight of .09 carats (I-J color; SI1-2 clarity) each in that fabulous star engraved gypsy setting. Shoulders of open work are accented with keyhole piercings which segue to an ornate element on each side. A wide and comfortable silken gold shank finishes the ring.