Victorian five stone diamond ring


These carved five stone rings were the height of fashion during the Victorian era. This particular one is well above the average of what would have been produced and would have been a substantial ring in its day, as it is now. The manor of which the stones have been cut and set in this very particular formation gives an uninterrupted band of fire and brilliant across the finger. The pictures do not do it justice and if you are local to Norwich we highly recommend seeing it in our window where it can now be found.

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SKU: GBC020621-2 Category:
18ct yellow gold.
Old cut diamond of pure beauty. A total estimated carat weight of 2.25ct. The centre diamond has a particularly tall table and we have estimated it as being 0.84ct. Running left to right the diamonds estimate as being 0.30, 0.37ct, 0.84ct, 0.44ct, 0.26ct. Colour assessed as G/H, clarity Vs. A very high grade of old cut diamond.
6mm wide at the head with the diamonds spanning 9mm across the finger. Thanks to the height of the centre diamond the total rise off the finger is 5mm but the rest of the ring elevates approximately 4mm. 2mm at the back of the finger.
3.86 grams.
Excellent for its age and size. Wear evident to the sides where worn with other rings but totally commensurate with the age of the ring.
Finger size:
UK M 1/2. US 6 1/4.