Belle Époque Fancy Brownish Yellow Diamond Cluster Ring
An antique French ring, circa 1900s. Set with an old-brilliant-cut fancy brownish yellow diamond encompassed by a frame of textured yellow gold and surrounded by a double cluster of single-cut white diamonds. Leaf motif shoulders further set with white single-cut diamonds to connect with yellow gold band.
The Edwardian period has been named after the fun loving ‘Bertie’, King Edward VII of England. During the short, and long-awaited, reign of Queen Victoria’s eldest son Bertie, ‘La Belle Epoque’ produced a spectacular array of jewellery. Jewellery makers were fuelled by Queen Alexandra’s (1844-1925) trendsetting love of extravagant jewels.
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