Antique Engagement Ring Victorian GIA .77 Old Mine Cushion Cut Diamond in 14k Yellow Gold

$4,660.00

Inventory #: 1728

Description:

This antique engagement ring was made in the Victorian era. The center diamond is a G.I.A. certified .77 carat Old Mine Cushion cut (GIA# 5171231856). The accent diamonds on either side of the center stone are rose cut diamonds that weigh .08 carat each. All three diamonds are set flush into the 14k yellow gold ring making it easy and comfortable to wear. This wedding ring has a dome shape and the band tapers as it wraps around the finger. This ring is well over a hundred years old and would be a great choice for someone who loves history and unique jewelry.

Quantity in Stock: 1

Composition: 14 Karat Yellow Gold

primary stone

Primary Stone: Genuine Natural Diamond

Shape and Measurements: 6.65 mm x 4.41 mm x 3.18 mm

Color: G

Clarity: VS1

Stone Weight: .77 carat

accent stone

Accent Stone: Genuine Natural Diamond

Shapes and Measurements: Rose Cut Diamonds 3.20 mm = .08 carat (2)

general characteristics

Total Diamond Weight: .93

Height Above Finger: 3.5mm

Total Gram Weight: 5.71

Ring Size: 6.5

Resizable: Yes

Era: Victorian 1830's-1900's

Independent Appraisal: GIA Certified Center Stone

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