An outstanding 14ct Victorian rose cut diamond navette with a platinum top, this late 19th century jewel is a classic example of late Belle-Poque beauty. Romantic in design and made to glimmer in candlelight, this shape and style was often referred to as a “dinner ring,” often a romantic token for a married woman to be worn in addition to her wedding ring. I can just imagine this beautiful treasure sparkling at a well-set dinner table in the late 1890’s, glittering on a young woman’s finger as she partook in noble conversation and delightful company. A must-have for any serious historical ring collector.
Materials and Features:
14ct gold, platinum, about .80ctw rose cut diamond
Victorian, c. 1890’s, American or English in origin (unhallmarked)
Weight: 3.08 grams
Dimensions: 25mm x 9mm navette
Ring Size: 5.5 US
Condition: Excellent condition. Minor associated age wear.
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14ct and Platinum Victorian Rose Cut Diamond Navette Ring