Glittering Buttercup - Victorian 14K Rose Gold Diamond Solitaire Ring (VICR101)
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Glittering Buttercup - Victorian 14K Rose Gold Diamond Solitaire Ring. This gorgeous ring is crafted from 14K rose gold, hallmarked 14K. Featuring a natural Old European cut diamond, exquisite detailing and Victorian styling. The diamond is housed by a buttercup setting, which sets off the sparkling diamond solitaire beautifully. The gallery is simple and elegant, leading down to a tapered, polished and smooth shank, which allows for a comfortable fit. The colour of the rose gold is a rich mellow rosy colour. This antique Victorian era ring is precious, feminine and dainty. It would make a unique engagement ring, gift or addition to any fine jewelry collection.
Note: An appraisal will accompany the ring. This contemporary appraisal is based on the value of the diamond and gold. Therefore it does not take the antiquity value into consideration.
Comments: !n 1953, GIA formally created its diamond grading system, known as the 4 C's. The 4 Cs of diamond quality are the universally recognized diamond grading system still to be used today. 1n 1955, GIA presented its first diamond grading reports, which became the hallmark of grading reports in the diamond industry. Before this time in antiquity clients did not care about diamond grading. It was based more so on the size of the diamonds ( according to budget) , style, and sentiment. This ring is a wonderful example of the Victorian era, just beautiful!
In History of the United Kingdom, the Victorian era was the period of Queen Victoria's reign, from the 20th of June 1837 until her death on the 22nd of January 1901.
Measurements: Face Of Ring 6.00 mm x 6.00 mm
Stone Size: Diamond .12 carat
Weight: 1.50 grams
Ring Size: 7 1/2
Date: Circa 1880