Antique Georgian, 19th Century, 18ct Gold, Silver, Diamond and Enamel Cluster Ring

Product SKU: ARB-86

Georgian diamond ring, circa 1800. A stunning and rare example of an early 19th century diamond and enamel ring. Set with a central cushion shape old mine diamond in a closed foil back setting framed by an engine turned royal blue enamel border and a single row of old mine cut diamonds outer border all set in silver. The centre diamond is incredibly lively and bright, full of sparkle. Each diamond is individually foil backed, a lapidary technique that is synonymous with Georgian period jewellery, to enhance intensity of colour and vibrancy of gems by layering a thin piece of metallic foil under each stone. The condition of the ring is remarkable considering it is over 200 years old.

Place Of Origin United Kingdom
Stone Type Centre diamond: Approx. 2.20 carat
Outer diamonds: Approx. 0.55 carats total
Metal Type 18 carat yellow gold and silver
Date Of Manufacture Circa 1800
Period Of Manufacture Georgian
Condition Excellent
Signs Of Wear Consistent with age and use
Band Size
UK O 1/2 / US 7.5 (complimentary re-size available)