A rare Georgian ring is set with opulent rose cut diamonds arranged as flowers atop a quartz crystal. This special piece likely originally contained hair but now displays 18th century silk brocade peeking out from behind the diamond roses. This ring is an original late 18th century example, and fits very nicely on the finger with smooth gold and substantial shoulders.
Materials and Features:
Quartz crystal, diamonds, 15ct gold, silk
Circa 18th century
Weight: 4.79 grams
Dimensions: 18mm x 14mm ring face
Ring size: 7.0 US
Condition: The shoulders have been reinforced but the shank is original to the ring face; laser was likely used in the removal of hair from face. A special, wearable Georgian treasure, so uncommon to find in these changing times.
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Exceptional 15ct Rose Cut Diamond Flower Ring