Victorian Old Mine Cut Diamond Cluster RingVictorian Old Mine Cut Diamond Cluster RingVictorian Old Mine Cut Diamond Cluster RingVictorian Old Mine Cut Diamond Cluster RingVictorian Old Mine Cut Diamond Cluster RingVictorian Old Mine Cut Diamond Cluster RingVictorian Old Mine Cut Diamond Cluster RingVictorian Old Mine Cut Diamond Cluster Ring
Victorian Old Mine Cut Diamond Cluster Ring
Victorian Old Mine Cut Diamond Cluster Ring
Victorian Old Mine Cut Diamond Cluster Ring
Victorian Old Mine Cut Diamond Cluster Ring
Victorian Old Mine Cut Diamond Cluster Ring
Victorian Old Mine Cut Diamond Cluster Ring
Victorian Old Mine Cut Diamond Cluster Ring
Victorian Old Mine Cut Diamond Cluster Ring

Story

A star is born. A classic cluster ring can take on many forms of that traditional and lush look.

However, one main feature is a center stone nestled amid an array of other gems or diamonds. Sometimes the rings are round or oval in shape, others are snowflakes, or in this case, an unusual almost star-like formation.

This particular halo or cluster utilizes 11 chunky, explosive old mine cut diamonds. With a total weight of 1.76 carats (I-L color; SI1-3 clarity) their personality shines through with indescribable refraction. At .25 carats, there are three of the largest stones and they range down to the smallest at .12 carats.

An 18k crown-shaped gallery caresses the diamonds and a later 10k gold three-part shank adds a distinctive and comfortable presence.

Victorian Old Mine Cut Diamond Cluster RingVictorian Old Mine Cut Diamond Cluster RingVictorian Old Mine Cut Diamond Cluster RingVictorian Old Mine Cut Diamond Cluster RingVictorian Old Mine Cut Diamond Cluster RingVictorian Old Mine Cut Diamond Cluster RingVictorian Old Mine Cut Diamond Cluster RingVictorian Old Mine Cut Diamond Cluster Ring
Item 20778

Victorian Old Mine Cut Diamond Cluster Ring

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$3,950 USD

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Date: Circa 1870.

Measurements: Length of 11 1/6 inches and 9/16 inches wide and 1/4 inch high. Weight of 4.7grams.

Condition: Very good, four with minute edge wear or chips visible with powerful magnification only, later modern shank.

Story

A star is born. A classic cluster ring can take on many forms of that traditional and lush look.

However, one main feature is a center stone nestled amid an array of other gems or diamonds. Sometimes the rings are round or oval in shape, others are snowflakes, or in this case, an unusual almost star-like formation.

This particular halo or cluster utilizes 11 chunky, explosive old mine cut diamonds. With a total weight of 1.76 carats (I-L color; SI1-3 clarity) their personality shines through with indescribable refraction. At .25 carats, there are three of the largest stones and they range down to the smallest at .12 carats.

An 18k crown-shaped gallery caresses the diamonds and a later 10k gold three-part shank adds a distinctive and comfortable presence.