Georgian Foiled Citrine Diamond RingGeorgian Foiled Citrine Diamond RingGeorgian Foiled Citrine Diamond RingGeorgian Foiled Citrine Diamond RingGeorgian Foiled Citrine Diamond RingGeorgian Foiled Citrine Diamond RingGeorgian Foiled Citrine Diamond RingGeorgian Foiled Citrine Diamond Ring
Georgian Foiled Citrine Diamond Ring
Georgian Foiled Citrine Diamond Ring
Georgian Foiled Citrine Diamond Ring
Georgian Foiled Citrine Diamond Ring
Georgian Foiled Citrine Diamond Ring
Georgian Foiled Citrine Diamond Ring
Georgian Foiled Citrine Diamond Ring

Just as with fashion, forms, shapes, precious metals, techniques, and gemstones wax and wane with the times.

During the last decade of the 18th century, the marquise shape was all the rage in England and Europe. Substantially sized rings and brooches often utilized this flattering shape. Rings were oriented north and south, brooches positioned either way.

An archetype of its time, this Georgian citrine and diamond ring has both a low profile and high desirability for its many attributes. Those include authenticity, age, workmanship, detail, and an alluring foil-backed gemstone.

Rather than exaggerated points at each end, the tips are slightly rounded.

A foil-backed citrine, due to the foil behind, radiates with beguiling shades from champagne to honey, and deeper shades of near topaz-like peachy hues.

An outline of thirty six rose-cut diamonds borders the citrine with a glinting shimmer.

Typical of the period, the top is rose gold for the bezel of the citrine and the diamonds are placed into silver. The remained of the ring is 18k rose gold.

Tripartite in design, the shoulders include a scroll and reeded ornamentation.

Georgian Foiled Citrine Diamond RingGeorgian Foiled Citrine Diamond RingGeorgian Foiled Citrine Diamond RingGeorgian Foiled Citrine Diamond RingGeorgian Foiled Citrine Diamond RingGeorgian Foiled Citrine Diamond RingGeorgian Foiled Citrine Diamond RingGeorgian Foiled Citrine Diamond Ring
Item 22166

Georgian Foiled Citrine Diamond Ring

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Date:1800.

Measurements: Length of 3/4 of an inch and 1/2 of an inch wide and less than 3/16 of an inch high. Weight of 4.6 grams.

Condition: Excellent, two diamonds replaced, visible only to a trained eye with powerful magnification.

Origin: English.

Story

Just as with fashion, forms, shapes, precious metals, techniques, and gemstones wax and wane with the times.

During the last decade of the 18th century, the marquise shape was all the rage in England and Europe. Substantially sized rings and brooches often utilized this flattering shape. Rings were oriented north and south, brooches positioned either way.

An archetype of its time, this Georgian citrine and diamond ring has both a low profile and high desirability for its many attributes. Those include authenticity, age, workmanship, detail, and an alluring foil-backed gemstone.

Rather than exaggerated points at each end, the tips are slightly rounded.

A foil-backed citrine, due to the foil behind, radiates with beguiling shades from champagne to honey, and deeper shades of near topaz-like peachy hues.

An outline of thirty six rose-cut diamonds borders the citrine with a glinting shimmer.

Typical of the period, the top is rose gold for the bezel of the citrine and the diamonds are placed into silver. The remained of the ring is 18k rose gold.

Tripartite in design, the shoulders include a scroll and reeded ornamentation.

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