Early Georgian Rose Cut Diamond Ring
A rare opportunity to own a historical jewel from the early Georgian period. This era dates from around 1714 to 1837, and this particular example originated very early in that period, most likely in England. Featuring a mesmerizing three-stone motif adorned with ancient rose cut diamonds, where each stone was fashioned without the aide of any modern tools or technology. Each diamond was fashioned to catch the soft glow of candlelight, emitting an unparalleled romantic charm. What's even more extraordinary is that this 300+ years old design is as relevant today as it was centuries ago. This ring is more than just a piece of jewelry; it is a rare opportunity to own a piece of the past, a tangible link to a bygone era of when craftsmanship was executed by candlelight. This is an heirloom that allows the wearer to be a custodian of history, ensuring that the legacy of the Georgian period lives on for generations to come.
- 0.80ct rose cut diamond center
- Silver topped gold
- 2.44ct estimated total weight of rose cut diamonds
- size 6