Victorian Rose Cut Diamond Ring

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Victorian Rose Cut Diamond Ring

20,000.00

Metal: 18K Gold Sterling Silver

Stone: Rose Cut Diamond (Est. 2.2tcw)

Size: 5.5

Era: 1820

What You Should Know: Stone is foil backed

*This Ring Can Be Resized

We are definitely in the class of all antique diamonds are beautiful, not matter shape or size, but there is something to be said about a big sparkling rock. And weighing in at over two carats, the diamond in the center of the early Victorian ring is signing us up for the bling team. A chunky rose cut diamond sits nice and pretty in the center surrounded by a halo of smaller diamonds in a scalloped floral shape.

Although rose cut diamonds were first developed in the 16th century, they really got going in the Georgian and Victorian eras when diamond cutting techniques had matured a bit. Rose cuts have a flat bottom, lacking a pavilion. With anywhere from six to twenty-four, depending on how long ago it was cut,  triangular facets on the crown, rose cuts reflect light differently than any other cut. They have a softer, romantic glow that is subtly beautiful. But when the quality and carat size is as high as it is in this ring, there’s nothing shy about how it shines. This would make the perfect engagement ring in our opinion.

 

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