Victorian 1890s three-stone diamond ring mounted in 18-karat yellow gold. In the realm of Victorian rings, setting three to five stones horizontally across the finger was very popular, and when the designs were composed by setting various stones vertical to the fingernail, it was usually within a navette-shaped motif. Therefore, this vertical arrangement of three good size diamonds is unique and rare, centering an old-European-cut diamond weighing approximately 0.85 carat, approximately H - I color and VS clarity, flanked by a pair of similarly cut diamonds totaling approximately 0.65 carat, approximately H color and VS clarity, prong-set on a simple 18-karat yellow gold mounting to the gallery and shoulders decorated with pierced work... no decorative excess, only harmonious balance and pure form. What is there not to like about that? For over three decades, Jacob's Diamond & Estate Jewelry has been in the business of selling a carefully curated collection of antique and estate jewelry.
RING SIZE: 6 can be resized by a jeweler.
DIMENSIONS: 5/8" wide vertical to the fingernail.
Reference Number: A7484
Condition: Excellent consistent with age and wear
Metal Type: 18-Karat Gold