Antique Seven Diamond Shield Ring
A complete show-stopper. This shield ring features seven old mine cut diamonds - one primary center diamond, surrounded by a satellite of six smaller diamonds. We believe the top of this ring to be Georgian era (c. 1820s), with 14k rose gold band added at a later date. It's the definition of a statement ring, and looks incredible on the hand. A very unusual ring in all the best ways.
- Diamond, 14k rose gold, silver
- 7/8-inch from top to bottom of shield
Size 5 1/4, resizable (please email if you don't see your size)
Graded within the limitations of the mounting.
Please note, all resized rings are non-returnable. Please allow 1-2 weeks for resizing, and kindly double check your ring size before ordering.
Important care instructions: This ring features beautiful closed-back diamonds reflective of the period. They appear to be set in the original setting, and care should be taken to keep the ring dry, which will help preserve it well into the future - even during cleaning.
Cleaning: use a clean, dry, microfiber cloth to clean (the sort of cloth you use to clean camera lenses).
Please wear all jewelry with care, especially fine antique pieces. A good practice is to put pieces on just before leaving the house, and remove them when you get home. Ideally, fine jewelry should be the last thing on, first thing off.
Avoid exposing jewelry to perfume, lotions, oils, and household cleaners or products that might damage gold or gemstones. Regularly inspect your jewelry for loose stones, missing prongs, and any damage caused by wear. You’ll want to address any needed repairs to avoid lost stones or further damage (we're happy to advise if you need a repair). Even the hardest stones, like diamond, can suffer damage if you’re not careful. Also, compared to necklaces and earrings, rings are particularly susceptible to chips and abrasions.
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