The Bullseye Diamond Ring

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The Bullseye Diamond Ring

5,000.00

Metal: 18K Gold & Silver

Stone: Old Cut Diamond (1.75ctw)

Size: 7.25

Face Size: Approx. 15mm in diameter

What You Should Know: Hallmarks on inner shank. Face was most likely a Georgian brooch that was turned into a ring during the late Victorian Era. Diamonds are open backed.

* This Ring Can Be Resized.

Diamonds have always captivated their onlookers, but not in the same way they do today. In fact, during ancient times, diamonds were fairly dull and oddly shaped. Stupefied over their extreme hardness, diamonds symbolized invincibility and status to the ancient world. People believed that a natural and untouched rough diamond was the most prized because it contained all of its original magic. We believe that jewelers throughout history have released this natural magic by grinding, cutting, and faceting, exposing diamonds’ ultimate beauty, as evidenced in this incredible ring. 

Made in the Victorian Era, this diamond ring has concentric circles of dazzling old cut diamonds. The face of the ring is thought to have been a Georgian brooch, which was converted into a gorgeous ring during the 19th century. The diamonds are set in sterling silver with open backs, letting light disperse beautifully. The juxtapostion of sophisticated materials like diamonds and gold with the playfulness of the bullseye construction is incredibly charming. This is a ring we would never tire of, an instant heirloom, with admiration of generations past and future. 

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