Gypsy-set Three Stone Old Mine-cut Diamond Ring
This antique 18K gold, three stone old mine-cut diamond ring dates from circa 1900, and features a central diamond weighing approximately 2.00 carats, flanked by diamonds weighing approximately 1.00 carat each. The central diamond is a cushion-shaped stone, while those flanking it are both square in outline. A perfect choice for modernists and antique lovers alike, this gorgeous old ring with overspills with approximately 4.00 carats of fiery, chunky old diamonds, while the 18K gold mount - substantial yet minimalist - molds itself softly to the finger.
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- Curator's Notes
Item #: R-20664
Size: 7 (this ring can be sized; please contact the gallery for further information)
Materials: 3 old mine-cut diamonds (with approximate total weight 4.00 carats with SI clarity and J/K/L color grade); 18K Gold
The gyspsy setting was popular in the late Victorian era. Free of prongs, gallery, engraving and all extraneous decoration, these streamlined, bold and ageless rings celebrate the fire and sparkle of antique-cut diamonds. Such masterful handmade rings rarely survive from this period.