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A Stunning Pair Of Georgian 4ct Rose Cut Diamond Drop Earrings Circa 1790s


A Stunning Pair Of Georgian 4ct Rose Cut Diamond Drop Earrings Circa 1790s
A Stunning Pair Of Georgian 4ct Rose Cut Diamond Drop Earrings Circa 1790s
A Stunning Pair Of Georgian 4ct Rose Cut Diamond Drop Earrings Circa 1790s
A Stunning Pair Of Georgian 4ct Rose Cut Diamond Drop Earrings Circa 1790s
A Stunning Pair Of Georgian 4ct Rose Cut Diamond Drop Earrings Circa 1790s
A Stunning Pair Of Georgian 4ct Rose Cut Diamond Drop Earrings Circa 1790s

A Stunning Pair Of Georgian 4ct Rose Cut Diamond Drop Earrings Circa 1790s    A Stunning Pair Of Georgian 4ct Rose Cut Diamond Drop Earrings Circa 1790s

We have for sale Stunning Pair Of Georgian 4ct Rose Cut Diamond Drop Earrings Circa 1790s. The earrings comprise of bright white rose cut diamonds that have been set in cut down silver settings.

All of the diamonds are nice and bright white in colour and all really sparkle when the light catches them. The earrings are full articulated so when the earnings are being worn sparkle even more when they catch the light. The reverse of the earrings tests as 15ct yellow gold as do the hook fittings on the earrings.

The overall dimensions of the earrings are 50mm by 20mm. The earrings are in excellent condition with no visible damage and look truly stunning when being worn. If you have any questions about this item or any other item that we have listed please feel free to get in contact and we will be happy to answer any questions that you may have.

The item "A Stunning Pair Of Georgian 4ct Rose Cut Diamond Drop Earrings Circa 1790s" is in sale since Sunday, February 4, 2018. This item is in the category "Jewellery & Watches\Vintage & Antique Jewellery\Vintage Fine Jewellery\Pre-1837". The seller is "gems-by-jewels1" and is located in BRIGHTON, West Sussex. This item can be shipped worldwide.
A Stunning Pair Of Georgian 4ct Rose Cut Diamond Drop Earrings Circa 1790s    A Stunning Pair Of Georgian 4ct Rose Cut Diamond Drop Earrings Circa 1790s