Edwardian Russian Filigree Diamond Ring - 14k Rose Gold & Platinum

$ 1,700.00
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- c. 1908-1917
- 14k rose gold shank, platinum head, 14 old European and old mine-cut diamonds with a total weight of .75 carats.
- Almost certainly of Russian origin (from the estate of a Russian emigree; her other pieces still bear their Russian hallmarks)

This ring is one of the most spectacular we've come across -- we love its delicate, web-like beauty and the dewy effect of the scattered diamonds. With an asymmetrical top and bottom, this ring's geometric yet flowing style typifies the Belle Epoque designs of Moscow. A subtle flower detail at the top and elegant hand-cut millgrain work complete this rings ornate elegance.

Thoughtfully designed to be comfortable as well as beautiful, this ring offers a very low profile and a gently upwardly turned bottom edge to let the ring rest comfortably on the finger despite its longer size.

Size 11.25 - can be sized down to any size free of charge

- Length of head: 23.05 mm
- Width of head: 13.6 mm

- Cut: Old European and Old Mine
- Weight: 14 diamonds with weights ranging from .02 carats to .16 carats. Combined weight: .75 carats.

Total diamond weight: .75 carats

Excellent antique condition with wear commensurate with age. Two of the smaller accent diamonds have significant chips visible only under magnification.

NOTE: Stones are not removed from settings; weight estimates are by measurement and formula.
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