This late Georgian example of a cluster ring of silver and 15k yellow gold is not your typical one. Traditionally this genre of ring is composed of all diamonds or has a diamond at the center with colored gems as the surround.
Here the flip-side to that statement is displayed with a .45 carat cushion cut emerald of exceptional color and clarity centered in a modified rub-over collet with prongs.
Surrounding the green goddess is a collection of eight (8) old mine cut diamonds of .15 carats each (total weight of 1.2 carats, I-K color and SI1-2 clarity) set in traditional silver pinched collets.
The split shoulders are adorned with C forms and incised lineation with the design akin to a leaf or feather. A smooth silken shank of warm antique gold completes the ring. A lovely twist on a classic favorite.