14ct Old Mine Cut Diamond Solitaire Ring .60 Circa 1890
A gorgeous engagement ring dating back to the Late Victorian to Early Edwardian era, featuring a sensually prong-set cushion cut diamond, the most desirable type of old mine cut diamond!
This treasure boasts a buttercup setting with accentuated prongs that are up-reaching, creating a setting that is both comfortable and stackable. The diamonds have a warm, almost champagne, tone to it, with open facets that allow glow-by-candlelight refraction that is so desirable in diamonds.
Materials and Features: .60ctw diamonds, 14k gold
Age/Origin: Late Victorian to Early Edwardian
Measurements: Size 6
Condition: Excellent condition. Minor associated age wear. The stone second from the top of the left earrings is likely replaced. Otherwise excellent.
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