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In observing this outstanding treasure, a sparkling diamond clover and star ring, likely of French origin, we must remember that the Belle Epoque favored the glitter of diamonds by candlelight. Rose Cut Diamonds were considered out of fashion in this moment, with preference given to Old Mine and Old Euro diamonds. This ring, with her crown like prongs, is smartly cast in hyper pink gold, that underscores the warmth in these shining stones. The concept of eternity as exercised by the diamonds poetically interacts with the clover, meant to be worn on the bottom, and the “shooting star” diamond sitting at the top of the ring, to represent earth and sky, or ‘As Above, So Bellow.’

Marks: None

Age/Origin: c. 1890, Attr French

Weight: 3.7g

Size: 4.5

Materials: Diamonds, weighing .85cts, the star stone at .35, the others at .18 .21, .20 respectively, 18ct gold.

Condition: Excellent, this ring is in what we would describe as as near to mint condition as one could find for a diamond ring of 130 years of age.

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