Edwardian 6 Rose Cut Diamonds Ring
Heritagem presents :
This unique ring features 6 sparkly rose cut diamonds for a total weighing approximately 0,80ct. They are set on platinum and the mount is in 18kt yellow gold. The rose cut, like the briolette cut, is one of the oldest cutting styles for diamonds. It emerged in the 1500s and was extremely popular in the 1700s through the 1800s. They were always be a la mode. The gold is smooth and shiny. The diamonds presents few little chips on the girdle, otherwise, the ring is in good antique condition.
It could be easily resized, feel free to ask we will be happy to do it for you (included into the price). It is very delightful and very easy to wear. It weighs 5gr. It was controlled with the French hallmarks : the owl and the mascaron’s head for 18kt gold and platinum. It was perfectly handcrafted under the Edwardian era, circa 1910 ~ 1915. This ring is a must have in our jewelry box, it is chic and very trendy !
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Circa: 1910, Edwardian / Belle Epoque
Metal: 18kt Gold & Platinum
Hallmarks: French – Owl and Mascaron
Condition: Very Good
Height: 23,73mm / 0.93in
Length: 21,15mm / 0.83in
Width: 8,73mm / 0.34in
Ring size :9 / 60 / R 3-4
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