Wear Your History
The old mine cut diamond emerged during the Georgian era between 1714 to 1837, capturing the imaginations of diamond connoisseurs with its unique sparkle. However, it truly rose to prominence during the Victorian Era starting in the 1840s. This was the first diamond cut that exhibited stunning brightness regardless of lighting conditions, making it a perfect companion for both daylight and the soft glow of candlelight that illuminated evenings before the invention of electricity.
The high crown, small table, and open culet are distinctive features of old mine diamonds. And unique blend of facets creating a mesmerizing play of light.