Georgian Diamond Cluster Ring – SOLD

The Georgian era was one where cluster rings were very popular. The late Victorians however like to unset the diamonds and make new jewellery. This is a fine example of a classic set up with a larger diamond in the centre surrounded by smaller stones. Modelled in 18ct gold the shank and shoulders appear fairly original as does the silver topped setting. 

SKU: N147-28 Category:
18ct Gold.
Rose cut diamonds totalling approximately 1.45ct. The diamonds are classic Georgian being flat bottomed with upper facets. The central diamond is pretty well rounded with a few chips to the girdle. The outer diamonds are mixed quality in respect of their cuts. Mostly round there are a few irregular shapes getting close to oval in proportion to the others.
14mm diameter the central diamond stands 5mm proud of the finger.
4.2 grams.
There are signs of having been worn with love over the last 150 years. The odd sign of repairs and re-tipping, all expected for the age of the ring.
Finger Size:
M 1/2.