Here is one of the finest examples of a high quality Victorian era ring around, and one that is truly spectacular in all respects.
Hand made in 18ct yellow gold in the 1860’s, this antique emerald and diamond ring has all the charm as one would expect from this time. Entwined love hearts was a common style during the Romantic Period of the mid-Victorian era, and this double heart ring is just spectacular.
Made with two love hearts set under a crown, this is as romantic and delightful as it gets.
Making this ring even more special is of course the wonderful diamonds and natural emerald that has been used.
There are 17 rose cut diamonds on the bow itself, and 17 further rose cut diamonds surrounding the main diamond. The 34 smaller diamonds total 0.28 carats, while the centre diamond measures 0.25 carats and the emerald measures 0.22 carats and is a wonderful vibrant green.
The top of the ring measures 1.2cm wide and sits so proud on the finger and this is one antique emerald and diamond ring with a difference and one that will always be admired and appreciated for its quality.
Antique Victorian rings of such quality are so hard to find, and this is by far one of the best around.