A single glittering diamond shines proudly atop this subtle, yet architecturally stunning bangle from the Victorian era! Its design elevates the diamond with simple contours and twelve buttercupped prongs. Unlike most jewelry of the era, this bangle is not overly embellished– it allows its alluring shapes to guide the eye to the kaleidoscopic stone. The 14k rose gold's tone blends beautifully with the skin, adding to the understated design. Its diamond centerpiece is a .50 carat old mine cut graded a near colorless G-H grade and a clean SI1 clarity grade. The bangle is hinged for easy wear, has a secure click-in tongue-in-groove clasp and an additional safety chain for added security. It measures 6 1/2 inches around, fit for an average to smaller than average sized wrist.