A striking antique Victorian cluster ring from the late 19th Century adorned with a trilogy of natural cabochon opals across the face ranging from 0.20 – 0.40ct (approx. 0.80ct total) and eight twinkling old mine cut diamonds wrapping around the centre stone (approx. 0.24ct total).
Opal is the birthstone of October. Their magic has been revered throughout history, desired for their enchanting rainbow of greens, pinks and blues that flow and dance across the surface of the stone, evoking the beauty of planet earth or the aurora borealis, with a burning orange sunset glowing behind.
The piece is in excellent condition and exhibits a mesmerising collection of gems set securely in an 18ct gold gallery with faded hallmarks inside the band.
We recommend you insure for £2,000. We can provide a written Valuation on completion of the sale.
WEIGHT: 3.4 grams
SIZE: K (UK), 5 ¼ (US) - Can be sized, we offer this service for free, it takes approx. 1-2 weeks to complete.
FACE MEASURES: Height 8mm x Width 14mm x Depth 4mm
METAL: 18ct Gold (Tested)
STONES: Natural Opals (approx. centre 5 x 5mm, 0.40ct – Sides 4 x 4mm, 0.20ct each – 0.80ct total), Diamonds (approx. 0.03ct each – 0.24ct total)
CLARITY: SI 1 – H colour
AGE: Victorian. (Circa 1880 – 1900)
MARKS: Faded hallmarks
ITEM NUMBER: 23-801
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