Georgian 14K Gold Rose Cut Diamond Enamel Ring
This fabulous c. 1830s Georgian diamond ring was acquired from a beautiful San Francisco estate. The estate had a large collection of coveted pieces of jewelry dating from the Georgian and Victorian eras to the mid twentieth century--many of them designer pieces.
Georgian refers to the period time from 1714 through roughly 1837, during the reigns of George 1st though George the 4th. Jewelry from this era is becoming extremely difficult to find.
The dainty ring consists of a trilogy of rose cut diamonds, the largest in the center, mounted in a beautiful 14K gold setting. The ring has beautiful engraving with dark blue enamelwork. This is very common of the Georgian era.
The face of the ring is approx. 6.7 mm at its widest point. The center diamond is approx. 20 points surrounded by two smaller diamonds. Ring is a US size 6.5 and is resizeable. Total weight is 1.4 grams.
Ring is in excellent condition. It's a bit out of round. Enamelwork is excellent with only a very slight amount of loss. Exceptional condition for a ring that's hundreds of years old.
A very dainty and charming example of Georgian era jewelry!
Our rings come ready for gift-giving in velvet presentation boxes. Box in photos not included.