This exquisite, delicate Georgian floral cluster ring dates to to the late 18th century. Its silver crown holds a total of nine foil-backed diamonds set in silver. The split shoulders and slender shank are delicately fluted along the edges and the reverse side of the head features a crisp starburst decoration. (Please use caution when wearing this ring—since the settings are closed, they can trap liquid, which can damage the foil behind the stones.)
18k yellow gold, silver, 9 rose cut diamonds (7 approximately 3mm, 2 approximately 2mm).
7.5, can be resized; 13.4 x 8.8mm head, 1.2mm hoop.
1714 — 1837
please note:Not suitable for everyday wear.
Foil-backed gemstones may be irreparably damaged if they come into contact with water. Remove your jewelry when washing your hands or showering. If moisture gets behind the stone, the foil could oxidize and darken. These jewels are extremely old, fragile objects and were not designed to be worn every day. Treat them as the museum-quality artifacts that they are.