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SOLD! - (ANTIQUE) Victorian 14k Yellow Gold Diamond Solitaire Engagement Wedding Ring

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SOLD! - (ANTIQUE) Victorian 14k Yellow Gold Diamond Solitaire Engagement Wedding Ring
SOLD! - (ANTIQUE) Victorian 14k Yellow Gold Diamond Solitaire Engagement Wedding Ring
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Antique 14k Yellow Gold Diamond Solitair Engagement Ring (US Size 7 & 1/2)

An Authentic Brilliant Victorian Era Ring!

Details:

A new DIAMOND arrival from Paris... Offered for sale is a truly brilliant Victorian era ring (circa 1880s to 1900s). Hand-crafted beautifully in solid 14k yellow gold. A shimmering sparkling .20 carat old mine cut diamond forms the centerpiece of this stunning ring. Approx. VVS, F in color, meaning very bright and sparkling diamond.

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Weight: N/A

Stones: One approx. .20 carat old mine cut diamond which is beautifully embedded into it's original 14k solid gold 6 prong claw mounting. The diamond is remarkably clean and bright. A high quality example that has much fire! Bright and sparkling.

Size & Measurements:

The ring is a size:

• US: 7 1/2 (sizable).

The diamond is the birthstone of April. Its origin derives from the Greek word "adamas," meaning indestructible. The Greeks believed the brilliance and fire in the diamond reflected the constant flame of eternal love.

During the last 3000 or 4000 years, diamonds have always symbolized wealth, power, love, spirit and magical powers. It was believed that diamonds were actual fragments of stars and the teardrops of the gods.

Gold has long been considered one of the most precious metals in the world. For thousands of years it's no wonder why gold has been used as the ornament of kings and queens. Gold is known as a standard for wealth.

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