There is nothing we love more than old diamonds -- especially rose cut diamonds!
Originating in the 1500s, rose cut diamonds were commonly used through the Georgian and Victorian eras. They were cut by hand and designed to dazzle under candlelight and other low light settings.
This stunning ring features a juicy square cut pyrope garnet surrounded by a halo of eight rose cut diamonds that twinkle like the stars in every light setting.
Garnet is one of the oldest known gemstones. It is believed to shield its wearers from harm. Also associated with the heart, blood, inner fire and life force, garnets have long been considered symbols of love and friendship.
The band of this ring is crafted in 14k gold with crisp engraved detailing and a high setting.
Date: 1880s Materials: 14k gold, pyrope garnet, rose cut diamonds Size: 5.75 Weight: 2.72g Measurements: 1/2" x 1/2" Markings: None Condition: Very Good Garnet has light abrasions. Shank is slightly out of round and has surface scratches consistent with age and wear. There is a demarcation line on the inside of the band from where it has been sized.