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TIFFANY & Co. Antique Old Mine Cut DIAMOND Three Stone Gypsy Band 3.2g 14k Rose Gold Wide Chunky Stacker

TIFFANY & Co. Antique Old Mine Cut DIAMOND Three Stone Gypsy Band 3.2g 14k Rose Gold Wide Chunky Stacker

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Type: Ring
Materials: 14k Gold, Diamond
Size: 7 1/2
Era: Victorian (1837-1901)



This is a personal collection release. Who doesn't love antique Tiffany & Company jewelry? Difficult to come by for sure.

This versatile gypsy band stacker is set with three rectangular old mine cut diamonds, each in a diamond shaped bezel. Two of the old cut diamonds have crown facets that are long and triangular scissor cuts with really high crowns. (Mine cuts typically have three rows of facets to the crown whereas these have the single row of long facets). They are more square / rectangular shaped than typical cushion cuts with rounded corners, Perhaps a combination of a French cut / Old Mine Cut ? as diamond cutters at the time used their personal knowledge, taste and expertise to enhance each diamond. It is always fun to find uniquely cut antique diamonds! The center diamond is the old mine cut style we traditional see with three rows of facets to the crown.

This piece is in a warm, rosy 14k gold (different from the vibrant pink rose gold of today.) There are no gold hallmarks but it is stamped with the antique curved Tiffany & Co. hallmark.

Please note the measurements as I have small fingers and it can be difficult to determine scale from pictures.
Antique boxes / items in displays, mice ; ) in photos are not included.


It's a size 7 1/2 on my ring sizer mandrel. It weighs 3.2 grams.
The center diamond is about 3mm and the other two are 2.5mm each. Probably around 1/4 carat total weight just using estimates.
The ring face is 5mm north south, tapering to 2.7mm - so still quite wide / sturdy at the back.


All my pieces are pre-owned and in estate condition. The gold has a mirrored finish so it shows some scuffs and scratches that can catch the light. The stones stick out the back inside the ring face and do make contact with the finger. Something to note if one is picky about how a ring feels. As it could scratch if for example it is worn tightly on the finger and were to catch and drag or spin against the skin. As I wear it now, it is not noticeable when the ring is still but when you slide it off and on or move it - The diamond culets can feel a bit sharp! I'm not sure if this is something a goldsmith could add gold around to lift off the finger - something to perhaps discuss locally.

The center diamond moves slightly but has enough prongs left to hold it securely. This would be something to keep an eye on in the future as the gold continues to wear. This is what we typically see on antique gold rings that haven't been previously reinforced and most of my buyers prefer original condition. The other prongs for the side diamonds look good.

On one edge of the shank are some solder bubbles to the gold and if you follow that around to the inside of the ring face you can see a rippled area. This is right around the center stone. When you look at the ring from the top down when you are wearing it, it is smooth and not really noticeable so I am not sure what that was about, if it was a ding, or reinforcement, etc.

There are no dark spots to the gold, it was just difficult to photograph because it reflects its surroundings.
Evidence of a sizing to the back under magnification where you can see a seam with a difference in hue to the back section of the shank not really eye visible or seen while wearing.

No dark or eye visible inclusions. Under magnification, the table facets of one of the smaller diamonds have a matte finish from tiny scuffs to the facet edge. I assume this is a result of the high crowns the way the stone stands tall made it subject to wear. This also is not really eye visible unless you have better eyes than mine which are in their 40s and you are really looking for it : )
But - Please note due to age, this piece is not in mint condition. Pictures also serve as part of the description and condition report so please utilize the zoom feature which will magnify any wear significantly more than what is visible to the eye while wearing : )

Thanks so much for looking at my items!

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