This wonderful Georgian ring could have been worn by one of Jane Austen’s more well-to-do characters! It features a rose-cut diamond (pointed top instead of flat), set in 14 k gold with decorations in black enamel on the shank, which are still in excellent condition. Diamond is the birthstone for April. The ring is approximately a size 5. It isn’t possible to estimate the weight of set rose cut diamonds; it is in the I range for clarity – normal for its era. Unmarked, it is pre-1836 (Miss Austen was alive from 1775 – 1817). It is just gorgeous. It shows signs of solder around the prongs and on the back, either from old repairs or it’s just possibly a “marriage” of 2 elements. It’s very difficult to tell. The photos are part of the description; please examine them carefully. Thanks! Shipping, handling, and insurance within the USA included.