An asymmetric 14k white gold cluster ring takes vintage 1970s styling to a higher dimension. A variation on flower power, open design and the balance of geometric harmony takes over.
The twenty diamonds, total weight of 1.03 carats (H-I color; VS2-SI1 clarity) attests to the trend of diamonds remaining constant during this decade. The largest ones are brilliant cuts with the main diamond .20 carats in weight. The others range from .03 to .15 carats.
Scattered about the pierced white gold setting eleven single cut diamonds of .02 to .03 carats in weight lend their fire and glitter to an example of the generation of flower power jewelry.