Antique Old Mine and Rose Cut Diamond Navette Ring 18k

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Incredible navette ring with an old mine cut diamond center surrounded by rose cut diamonds. This is a reproduction (newly made at some point to look like an antique piece) piece using an antique old mine diamond. The rose cuts look amazing in bright light but they really come in life in the shade and dimmer lighting. You must see the video on Instagram to fully appreciate it!

The center diamond has a rose gold closed back with a hole on each side of the cup for cleaning. This was done to boost the color of the diamond which I assume was a warmer color to begin with. The center diamond would best be described as a peachy champagne color and looks amazing against the icy white rose cuts. In excellent, like new condition.

Approx. .91 carat VS clarity old mine cut diamond center. There are approx. 2.3ctw of rose cut diamonds. Majority are VS clarity with a few SI clarity in the shoulders. 

Face of ring measures 29x11mm.

The color you see in some of the rose cuts is a reflection of the background and the center diamond.

18k white and rose gold, size 6.5 and weighs 6.12 grams. The top of the ring and the prongs holding the rose cuts are white gold. The prongs holding the center diamond, the basket and back of band are rose gold.

Free shipping on all domestic orders via USPS First Class insured with signature confirmation. Shipping upgrades available at checkout.

International shipping is available to certain countries. A shipping quote is given during checkout. International customers are responsible for any duties that may be incurred. Please do your research on your countries import taxes before purchasing.

Most of our pieces are vintage or antique and therefore are not in perfect condition. Please keep this in mind when purchasing. It should be expected that these pieces will have normal wear and tear according to their age. This could include patina, scuffs on the gold, slightly loose but secure stones and light scratches on the stones. We try our best to accurately depict everything through detailed photos and will point out any flaws we feel are noteworthy. Please review the photos carefully and reach out to us with any questions.