2009/03/10

March Jewel of the Month!

March Jewel of the Month!

18K Victorian Old Mine Cut Diamonds & Aquamarine Engagement Ring

antique diamond engagement rings

Jewel of the Month for sale this March ...

is this remarkable ring which dates to the late Victorian era ca. 1890. This era was the known as the aesthetic period in Victorian Jewelry. Diamonds and femininity were centre stage as you can clearly see in this ring.

Comprised of 18 KT bi-color gold (yellow and white) most of this ring is comprised of rich yellow gold.

Set in white gold with precious gemstones, in keeping with the period are precious beryl and old mine cut diamonds, the diamonds of which have personality that shines like no modern diamond ring ever could.

An engagement ring is a finger ring given by a man to his fiancée as a token of marriage engagement, in the manner of the earlier betrothal ring, and indistinguishable in form or style. In recent years, antique gemstone engagement rings are rapidly gaining in popularity.

And looking at this ring, it's not hard to see why.

It contains 16 glorious old mine cut diamonds with a total estimated weight of approx. 1.00 crt. It is set with precious beryl with an estimated weight of approx. 2.75 crt

The Aquamarine is the birthstone for March.

This bewitching Jewel of the Month is described as blue-green color and referred to as the sea water stone. Green beryl is called emerald and blue beryl, aquamarine. The precious beryl in this ring truly is an astonishing color.

The color of this bewitching gem is somewhere between a dark aquamarine color and a light emerald color, we are not actually sure if this should be called an aquamarine or an emerald!

The ring is size: Size US 5½ , Size UK: K½ and Continental: 51 & 16¼ Resizing: It is our pleasure to resize the ring for you (if needed) at our expense.

Only for extreme resizing we have to charge.

Shipped first-class from Belgium.

antique diamond and aquamarine engagement ring

Price: $2830.00 US

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From: www.antique-jewelry-investor.com
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