A diamond set cluster ring from the Victorian era set to the centre with an old European cut diamond claw set to a white rex coronet mount. Surrounded by eight further claw set old European cut diamonds to a white oval shaped scalloped edges flower cluster head with a yellow scalloped underbezel. Split grooved shoulders and a plain polished D shaped band. The ring is not hallmarked and has been shown to be 18ct yellow gold with a silver head by XRF testing. The centre diamond is assessed as being 1.17ct with colour and clarity assessed as I/J and VS. The total carat weight of the eight outer diamonds is calculated to be 3.0ct and with colour and clarity assessed as H-J and SI1. Finger size 5 3/8 (US/Canada), K1/2 (UK/Australia).

Victorian 4.17 Carat Diamond Ring, Old European Cut Oval Cluster, circa 1880s