victorian navette rose cut diamond and 14k gold ring

$455.00

The Story

An antique Victorian navette shaped ring features an old cut red paste stone set in the center of this 14 karat rose gold ring.  Surrounding the center stone, are sixteen rose cut diamonds that cover the entire face of this 0.69-inch tall ring.  The varying sizes of the rose cut diamonds set close together in a bead setting gives the effect of shiny, shimmery cobblestones. 

The long and narrow navette shape of the ring is nicely balanced by the slightly graduated ring shank with subtle engraving.  A very cool ring that looks great when worn on any finger!

  • Style number: R290
  • Victorian, circa 1870s-1900
  • 14k rose gold
  • 16 rose cut diamonds, ranging in size from 1.2-1.6 mm, red paste stone 3.3 mm x 3 mm
  • Height 0.69", width of navette ring 0.18", width of band 1.6 mm
  • Size 6- Fox & Bond can resize this ring up to a size 8 and down to a size4
  • Great antique condition- wear consistent with age and use. Original ring shank has been repaired.

Currently a size 6, Fox and Bond can resize this ring up to a size 8 and down to a size 4.

For all Fox & Bond ring resizing, we use a trusted jeweler who is an expert in antique jewelry.  Resizing takes approximately 2-3 weeks, and prices vary depending on the metal, complexity, and size needed.  

Please note rings that have been resized are not eligible for return or exchange as we believe in preserving each piece's integrity. You may send a ring back to us for resizing at a later date if you would like to keep the option of making a return available to you. Please see our FAQs section for more information.

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