So very Victorian! Taille d'epargne enameling on sculpturally carved shoulders define this c1880 beauty. Old mine cut diamonds totaling a carat sparkle in a cluster of nine in the center. They are of excellent quality, ranging in the F-I near colorless range and VS-SI clarity grade. They are set in 18k, whilst the shank is 14k. Taille d'epargne is a type of enameling popular in the mid 19th century, we usually see it in black, and on bracelets, watch cases, and brooches, though it is more uncommon on rings like this! It is currently a size 6 and may be resized easily up or down upon request.