Edwardian 18kt/Platinum Diamond Cluster Ring with 2.19ct Center
A gorgeous diamond ring from the Edwardian (ca1910) era! Crafted in 18kt gold and platinum, this striking piece features an impressive old European Cut diamond resting at the center, surrounded by a stunning halo of diamonds. The beautiful center stone, which is prong set in yellow gold, weighs approximately 2.19ct center with L color and SI2 clarity. Surrounding the center stone are thirteen old European Cut diamonds, half bezel set in platinum with delicate milgrained details, totaling approximately 0.90ctw. The resulting effect is a radiant, breathtaking cluster of diamonds that catch the light with every turn. Below the diamond centerpiece is ornate scalloped wirework and delicate leafy accents form the shoulders of the split shank band, crafted in polished yellow gold. The ring was appraised by an independent and accredited GIA-certified Graduate Gemologist in July 2018, and has a stated retail replacement value of $18,500.00. It would look incredible worn on special occasions, or as a unique antique engagement ring!
Measurements: The ring has a finger size 6.75, but could be easily be re-sized. The diamond cluster is approximately 1/2" in diameter, and rests about 1/4" high. The band measures 3mm wide at the back.
Condition: The overall condition of the ring is excellent. Besides normal surface wear, there is no apparent damage to the gold and platinum setting or to any of the diamonds, all of which are intact and securely set.