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Victorian Era Diamond Mourning Ring in 14K Gold

Victorian Era Diamond Mourning Ring in 14K Gold

Regular price $1,295.00 USD
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Global Gemology is an NAJA Accredited Gemological Laboratory.  All gem and jewelry items have been examined by a Graduate Gemologist (GG), Certified Master Appraiser (CMA), Registered Gemologist Appraiser (RGA), and Applied Jewelry Professional (AJP).

The Victorian Era is named after Queen Victoria, whose reign over Great Britain lasted from 1837 'til her death in 1901.  After the death of Prince Albert in 1861, Queen Victoria went into mourning and began wearing all black, including her jewelry, which popularized the trend of mourning jewelry during The Grand Period, circa 1861-1885.

This gorgeous Mid Victorian Era antique mourning ring is crafted in 14 karat yellow gold, featuring old mine cut and old single cut diamonds and black enamel accents.  The ring is presently a size 5 1/4 but can be resized by your local jeweler.

Metal: 14K Yellow Gold
Gender: Lady's
Ring Size: 5.25
Hallmarks: "14K"
Gross Weight: 6.4 grams (4.1 dwts)
Age: Mid Victorian Era, Grand Period (circa 1861-1885)
Condition: Very Good

Quantity: 9
Shape/Cutting Style: 1 Old Mine Cut, 8 Old Single Cuts
Color: H-I
Clarity: VS1-I2
Total Carat Weight: 0.45 ct.
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