Victorian old mine cut diamond and black enamel three-stone gold ring circa 1890. *
ABOUT THIS ITEM: #A8078. Scroll down for detailed specifications. A trio of sparkling old mine-cut diamonds is arranged in a straight line vertical to the fingernail. They are set high above in independent prongs permitting light to penetrate from all directions; thereby igniting the natural fire of the diamonds. The shoulders are striped with black enamel to the upper shank is embellished with an abundance of shapes and patterns in relief. It is a beauty.
DIAMONDS: three old mine-cut diamonds totaling approximately 0.70 carat, approximately K-M color, VS-SI clarity.
METAL: 18-karat yellow decorated with black enamel.
WEIGHT: 4.9 grams.
RING SIZE: approximately 6.
MEASUREMENTS: approximately ½” (12 mm) wide vertical to the fingernail.
CONDITION: high magnification photographs show considerable design details, and this ring is in good condition, all consistent with age and wear.
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