Georgian Topaz Table Cut Diamond Ring Georgian Topaz Table Cut Diamond Ring Georgian Topaz Table Cut Diamond Ring Georgian Topaz Table Cut Diamond Ring Georgian Topaz Table Cut Diamond Ring Georgian Topaz Table Cut Diamond Ring Georgian Topaz Table Cut Diamond Ring
Georgian Topaz Table Cut Diamond Ring
Georgian Topaz Table Cut Diamond Ring
Georgian Topaz Table Cut Diamond Ring
Georgian Topaz Table Cut Diamond Ring
Georgian Topaz Table Cut Diamond Ring
Georgian Topaz Table Cut Diamond Ring
Georgian Topaz Table Cut Diamond Ring

Story

In England during the 18th century, a type of ring with three stones placed horizontally east and west across the finger proved a favored style.

In this stunner, a warm and sunny cushion cut, natural precious topaz is placed across the finger. At 5 carats in weight, it is a spectacular, crystal-clear gemstone that resonates with golden highlights as well as deeper amber hues.

On each side, placed in silver, are two table cut diamonds. Each has a flat top, and just four bevels or facets around the edge. These catch the light in large sections and refract it back for a distinctive look.

The diamonds are set closed backed and foiled, the topaz back has been opened. Often the foiling turns dark or black over the centuries. Fortunately, rather than disturb the bezel, the back was opened, and the foiling removed. Also, fortuitous as this is easily cleaned and kept radiant.

The setting is a mix of silver for the diamonds, 14k gold for the top area, and 12k gold for the shank (band).

Fine topaz prices seem to rise monthly and with its size and clarity, hues, and presence, it is exceptional value.

Note: The difference between an imperial topaz and a precious topaz is only about the shade or color. It is the same gemstones, but those with strong orange or peach hues fall within the imperial topaz spectrum. Those in the golden amber tones, in the precious topaz designation. Sherry topaz possesses hues of brown to brownish yellow.

Georgian Topaz Table Cut Diamond Ring Georgian Topaz Table Cut Diamond Ring Georgian Topaz Table Cut Diamond Ring Georgian Topaz Table Cut Diamond Ring Georgian Topaz Table Cut Diamond Ring Georgian Topaz Table Cut Diamond Ring Georgian Topaz Table Cut Diamond Ring
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Georgian Topaz Table Cut Diamond Ring

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Date: The top is circa 1750, shank is later.

Measurements: Length of 3/8 inches and the topaz is 1/2 inch east west and the ring is 3/16 inches high. Weight of 4.2 grams.

Condition: Very good, the top area with three stones is original with the back was cut out underneath the topaz (likely the foiling was discolored); the shank is later.

Origin: Most likely English.

Story

In England during the 18th century, a type of ring with three stones placed horizontally east and west across the finger proved a favored style.

In this stunner, a warm and sunny cushion cut, natural precious topaz is placed across the finger. At 5 carats in weight, it is a spectacular, crystal-clear gemstone that resonates with golden highlights as well as deeper amber hues.

On each side, placed in silver, are two table cut diamonds. Each has a flat top, and just four bevels or facets around the edge. These catch the light in large sections and refract it back for a distinctive look.

The diamonds are set closed backed and foiled, the topaz back has been opened. Often the foiling turns dark or black over the centuries. Fortunately, rather than disturb the bezel, the back was opened, and the foiling removed. Also, fortuitous as this is easily cleaned and kept radiant.

The setting is a mix of silver for the diamonds, 14k gold for the top area, and 12k gold for the shank (band).

Fine topaz prices seem to rise monthly and with its size and clarity, hues, and presence, it is exceptional value.

Note: The difference between an imperial topaz and a precious topaz is only about the shade or color. It is the same gemstones, but those with strong orange or peach hues fall within the imperial topaz spectrum. Those in the golden amber tones, in the precious topaz designation. Sherry topaz possesses hues of brown to brownish yellow.