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A very pretty Victorian 18ct yellow gold precious opal and rose cut diamond seven stone cluster ring dating from circa 1900. The delightful ring now will into its 120th year has a central set rose cut diamond around which seven precious opals sit with a rainbow of colours including electric blues, greens, purples and reds. These cabochon opals most likely originated from Australia where opals were first mined in the late 19th century and became one of the most sought after gems of the elites of the period. The shoulders of the ring are further designed with a hand carved cursive detailing common for rings of the Victorian era.


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RING SIZE – UK L / US 5¾ / EU 50⅞

Resizing is available upon request. 


MEASUREMENT – 18mm internal diameter


WEIGHT – 2.8g


MATERIALS – 18ct gold/ opal/ diamond


HALLMARK – Rubbed markers mark ‘B&H’ and assay mark for London tested throughout as 18ct gold using a touchstone.


CONDITION – This ring is in very good condition commensurate with age and use. The gold shows little signs of wear, the shank has been altered in the past but doesn’t affect the integrity and isn’t visible when worn. The gems are all securely set and original to the ring.

Victorian 18ct Gold Opal and Rose Cut Diamond Cluster Ring, Circa 1900

  • 19mm diameter

    Resizing available upon request, here.



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