Here is a great looking antique diamond ring that is suitable for any finger and any occasion and will always look so unique and stylish.
Made in Birmingham in 1896 in 15ct gold, this carat of gold was only used for a relatively short period until 1931, and this late Victorian ring is set with three diamonds, each in their own star pattern. These diamonds total 0.09 carats and not only do they look great in their settings, but they are set onto a matte finish band that gives it such a unique and contemporary look to it.
This finish to the ring while still retaining the high polish on the sides and the star pattern around each diamond really accentuates this ring so well and will stand out no matter where it is worn.
Measuring 6.6mm wide at the top and tapering down to 4.5m wide at the back, this lovely antique diamond ring is just so delightful from all angles and respects. A lovely example of a late Victorian era diamond ring that is so unique and special.