The crown shaped setting used during the mid to later Victorian years is a uniquely American design.
When viewed closely, the arches of gold, both long (for the prongs) and short (for aesthetics) create a beautiful backdrop for this antique late Victorian or early Edwardian solitaire diamond ring.
An old European cut glitters with life with a weight of .61 carats. Its color of J-K appears white to the eye. A clarity of SI-2 shows only a clear inclusion on the edge and only visible with powerful magnification.
Translation: fiery, clear and sparkling. In 14k rose gold, the setting showcases fine details on the shoulders tapering to a highly polished gold shank.
An engagement ring replete with romance and history and ready for the next chapter in its story.