This Victorian buttercup ring is set with a 0.50 carat old mine cushion-cut diamond with EGL certificate stating the diamond is F-G color/SI1 clarity. With black enamel accents on the 14K gold band. Circa 1880
Named for the buttercup flower, this ring’s scalloped design is reminiscent of petals surrounding the center stone. Learn more about Victorian rings
Diamond and gold mining has caused devastation in areas such as Africa, wreaking havoc on delicate ecosystems and communities. Choosing to go vintage, you are eliminating the need for more mining and lessening the demand for new diamonds.