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Victorian Era Old Mine Cut Diamond Cufflinks in 14K Gold

Victorian Era Old Mine Cut Diamond Cufflinks in 14K Gold

Regular price $400.00 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 & Certified Master Appraiser.

The Victorian Era is named after Queen Victoria, whose reign over Great Britain lasted from 1837 til her death in 1901.​  This pair of Late Victorian Era cufflinks feature old mine cut diamonds star-set in 14K gold with hand engraved edges.  The cufflinks are monogrammed by hand.

Metal: 14K Yellow Gold
Gender: Unisex (Men's or Ladies')
Style: Chain Link
Hallmarks: "14K"
Gross Weight: 6.0 grams (3.8 dwts)
Age: Victorian Era Antique (Circa 1837-1901)
Condition: Very Good

Quantity: 2
Cut: Old Mine Cut
Color: F-G
Clarity: SI2-I1
Measurements: 2.50mm Diameter
Carat Weight: 0.12 ct.
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