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TABLE Cut DIAMOND Cluster French GEORGIAN Era Antique Ring Rose Cut 18k Gold Silver Collets

TABLE Cut DIAMOND Cluster French GEORGIAN Era Antique Ring Rose Cut 18k Gold Silver Collets

Regular price $1,144.00 USD
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Type: Ring
Materials: 18k Gold, Diamond, Silver
Size: 7 1/2
Era: Georgian (1714-1837)



Awesome antique diamond cluster ring with a nice size (6x4.5mm) center rectangular table cut diamond surrounded by a halo of chunky rose cut diamonds and table cuts. Not uncommon to find a mix of diamonds in one antique piece as the jewelers of the time used what they had available to them. One stone is a replacement and is not a diamond.

Due to the foiled and closed back setting having aged, the diamonds have a warm to gray hue. Still quite pretty with a lovely sparkle, with any light spotting to that backing seen only under magnification, as is often seen with foil backed pieces of this age.

These table cut diamonds are one of the earlier methods of diamond cutting and are quite collectible.
French hallmarks for 18k gold and silver. Antique patina and the shank and back of the ring face is rosy in color. Looks all original as the patinas match and I do not see evidence of reshanking, or anything on the back making it seem like it was a pin or button at one time - it appears to have always been a ring.

Ancient look with interesting cuts and lovely antique sparkle.


Currently measures a size 7 1/2. The ring face is about 13mm in diameter. The center table cut diamond is about 6x4.5mm. The others are about 2mm each for the visible portion (widening out further in the closed silver collets). Depth and thereby total carat weight is unknown as I would not remove the stones from the setting. It weighs 2.95 grams.


Please note that all my pieces are pre-owned and in estate condition, especially considering age. Typical antique diamonds with natural inclusions. As mentioned one stone is a replacement and the foil backing has some grayish tones. Light spotting seen under magnification and varying hues. Because of the lack of facets table cuts most always appear darker in this way. The center diamond has a nicely polished table and crisp table facets, but one of the side facets on one end is scuffed - this is somewhat hidden as there is a prong right through the center of it which likely means the diamond was always like that when it was set into the ring in its antiquity. Some of the outlining diamonds also have nicks or a frosty edge. This is seen mostly under magnification. Wear to the collets but no gaps around any of the stones except for the one non diamond that was the replacement. Still a wearable historic piece from a very special period of diamond cutting.

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