Destined to sit so proudly on the finger, this antique diamond engagement ring is full of charm and character with so much detail which shows why there is nothing quite like a genuine antique diamond engagement ring adorning your finger.
Hand made in 18ct yellow gold in the late Victorian period of the 1890’s, this diamond engagement ring is set not with just five diamonds, but two smaller diamonds between each of the larger diamonds.
The five larger diamonds are the European cut diamonds which were the cut before today’s round brilliant cut diamond and both have 58 facets in each diamond, however as the early diamonds were cut by hand, they have different angles that a modern diamond. There is so much charm and character in diamonds that were cut by hand over 100 years ago, and these larger diamonds total 0.96 carats and are G in colour and Si in clarity and then to really make this ring even more special there are the eight lovely rose cut diamonds which really do add so much beautiful charm to the ring. These smaller diamonds total 0.04 carats and show just how much attention went into hand making this ring all those years ago.
From left to right, the top of the ring measures 17.4mm across by 4.8mm wide at the centre and will so easily accommodate a wedding band along side it.
Another charm to many antique engagement rings is the detail that is achieved from hand making a ring and this can be seen with the charming scroll work on the side. The scroll work is so captivating and adds that extra character to an already delightful engagement ring.
From all angles, this is such a lovely and charming antique diamond engagement ring that will make any woman proud to own and wear it.