Victorian Old Mine .72ct Diamond Engagement Ring 14k c. 1880
This absolutely lovely Victorian engagement ring hails from the late 1800's and is as pretty and romantic as can be! A natural Old Mine Cut diamond weighing approximately .72ct is set in a pinky rose gold (the front view shows the color the best) with a regal fleur-de-lis basket and nice, wide band. The diamond is incredibly lively in the way that only Old Mine cuts can be! You will enjoy watching it sparkle in low or bright lighting, sunlight or indoors--it is that good. The setting stacks perfectly flush with a band and with this particular shade of rose gold you have a lot of options for bands. I personally love a platinum band with a rose gold ring. If you've been looking for a Victorian solitaire I urge you to come see this beauty, she won't last and she will not disappoint!
To see a video of this ring, click here and swipe!
Currently a size 6.5 and can be resized as needed. One resizing included, please allow one week.
Natural Old Mine Cut diamond weighs approximately .72ct and is a L-M Color and VS2 Clarity. Please note that despite its color, this diamond faces up VERY white--meaning from a straight on view it is white, from a side view you see the color. If you're at all considering this ring but are concerned about the color I encourage you to give it a shot because once you lay eyes on it you will be in love!
Face of ring meaures 7mm north to south. Band measures 6.1mm and tapers to 3.8mm.
Not stamped or signed but tested for metal content. Stone secure in setting.
All purchases from Bavier Brook arrive in an elegant box, fully wrapped in fine paper. Please inquire for international shipping. Don't hesitate to ask if you have any questions, we are happy to answer them!