A wonderful Victorian cluster ring featuring a darling diamond and coral medallion, formerly belonging to a stickpin. This effortless heirloom is living a new life as a treasured ring with a double reeded shank and a stunning angel-skin central coral cabochon in the softest petal pink. Dating to the 1880’s, or perhaps even earlier, the rose cut diamond implies a life of shimmer at candle lit dinners and waltzes across the ballroom floor.
Angel Skin coral is coveted by collectors for its delicate color and feminine touch; it is often considered a jewel of new love and blushing spring. This particular example underscores the brilliance of Victorian design, setting the coral placidly upon a bed of rose cut diamonds, with arching, nearly invisible claw prongs, as the diamonds are cradled by a chorus line of crown prongs.
Materials: 14ct pink gold, Diamond, Coral
Condition: Excellent for her age. As noted, the ring is a delicately constructed conversion peice. Some of the prongs under the diamonds have been tightened to maintain maximum security for their precious cargo.