Make a grandiloquent display at every gesture of your hand with this rare and not-for-the-faint-of-heart ring on your finger. A one of a kind snowflake design is encrusted with 5.5 carats of diamonds and dates to circa 1750-1780.
The facts include: A .55 carat rose cut center and segues to 60 more dazzling diamonds. These range from old mine cut diamonds of .60, .55 .45, .40 and .25 carats on down.
You have an additional 10 at .07 carats each, 20 at .06 carats each and 5 at .04 carats apiece. More rose cuts include 10 at .04 carats and 10 at .02 carats each. Their color range is J-M color with SI1-3 clarity.
The diamond cluster is Georgian and from the mid-18th century. Most likely a brooch in its previous form, it has been transformed into a magnificent ring. All of the sparkling gems are set closed back into a silver top with ruby over settings. The shank is of 18k white gold.
Note: Diamonds weight calculated based on length, width and average depth as determination of depth is not possible.