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The Attica Ring

$1,790

This Victorian ring features seven diamonds in a strikingly unusual setting complimented by a striking contrast of black enamel (approx. 0.88 total carat weight).

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PRODUCT DETAILS

Ring Information

Style Number:
BMAS2541
Design era:
Design era:
Victorian
Date:
1870's
Condition:
Very Good
Metal:
18K Yellow Gold
Type:
Antique Engagement Ring

Gemstone Details

Diamond Total Carat Weight:
0.88
Center gemstone:
Diamond
Center gemstone shape:
Round
Center gemstone cut:
Old Mine
Center gemstone details:
0.31 ct. old mine cut diamond, I color, SI1 clarity
Additional gemstone details:
Four old mine cut diamond accents, H/J color, VS2/I1 clarity approx. 0.47 ct. tw. Two old mine cut diamond accents, H/I color, VS2/SI1 clarity approx. 0.10 ct. tw.

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Estimated delivery when ordered by 2 PM PT tomorrow:

delivery by: Thu, Feb 18

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Jewelry styles in the Victorian era mirrored the phases of Queen Victoria of England’s reign, which lasted between 1837 and 1901. Jewelry from the time at which Victoria and her husband were deeply in love expresses confidence, serenity, and romance, while jewelry became darker and more subdued upon his death. The Late Victorian period was characterized by a reawakening of joy and a return to whimsical, buoyant designs.

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Authenticity & Sourcing

All of our vintage jewelry was originally hand-made and has been selected by our jewelry experts taking into account beauty, craftsmanship, gemstone quality, and originality. These works of art reflect the spirit of their eras as well as the vision of the artisans who designed and produced them. No two items are ever exactly the same.