Vintage Diamond Cluster Ring
Antique Old Cut Diamond Daisy Ring Circa 1920/1930s
Beautiful 18 carat gold vintage diamond cluster ring Set to the centre with a gorgeous old cut diamond It is surrounded by a further six fabulous sparkling Swiss cut diamonds The diamonds are collet set in white gold giving immense sparkle This is such a pretty ring that looks stunning when worn.
- Central diamond 3mm outer 2mm
- Their total weight is about 0.35 carat.
- Colour G/H, clarity SI
- The head is 8 mm diameter and it stands 2 mm proud of the shank
- It is size UK M, USA 6 1/4 it would easily re size
- Shank marked 18ct
- Dates to the first half of the 20th century
- It is in excellent condition.
- Weight: 2.5 grams
- It come in the presentation box illustrated
- our Ref 20159
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The cut of a diamond is its only characteristic engineered by man. The cut of a diamond relates to the proportions and finish of its facets. How a rough diamond is cut will affect all the other properties of the diamond, its brilliance, its fire and its scintillation. Since the invention of the round brilliant cut at around the turn of the 20th century, there is only two cuts, the round brilliant and then all others, some call these others fancy cuts. The surfaces which are cut flat are known as facets. The large centre facet is called the table and the pointed bit at the bottom is the culet. The circumference around a round cut diamond is known as the girdle.
FL (flawless) – no inclusions or marks visible even to a skilled expert grader, with loope.
IF (internally flawless) – no inclusions visible even to a skilled expert grader, with loope.
VVS1 and VVS2 (very, very slightly included) – difficult for the grader to see with loope.
VS1 and VS2 (very slightly included) – inclusions clearly visible to grader with loope.
SI1 and SI2 (slightly included) – inclusions visible to a grader with a loope.
I1, I2 and I3 (inclusions are obvious and may impede clarity) – to grader with loope.