Late Georgian Cobble Stone Diamond Ring

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Late Georgian Cobble Stone Diamond Ring

2,300.00

Metal: Sterling Silver & 15K Gold

Stone: Rose Cut Diamond, (est. 1.1 tcw.)

Era: 1800-1810

What You Should Know: Small nibble to back of face.

*This Ring Can Be Resized.

We love roses, especially when they come in diamond form. Take a look at the glittering rose cut diamonds in this crazy beautiful Victorian Diamond Cobblestone Ring and you can easily see why. Fifteen (!!) rose cuts sparkle in the light, giving this statement piece lots of movement and playfulness.

Rose cut diamonds first appeared on the scene in the 1500’s, but really came full force in the Georgian Era. Diamond cutters were inspired by the spiraling petals of a rose, one of mother nature’s finest masterpieces. Rose cuts have a unique shape, with a flat bottom, and a domed faceted top. The resulting scintillation and sparkle is super special to this particular cut, and just oozes romance.

 

The rose cut diamonds in this ring are set in silver, a popular technique in the late Georgian Era, to boost the light reflection of the diamonds. A 15k yellow shank adds some warmth to the overall look, giving this low profile ring just the right amount of balance. A ring as pretty as a rose

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