Back in the day - way, way back - it was once thought that diamonds could reproduce. The darker stones were gentlemen and the lighter stones were the ladies. As long as the diamonds were nourished with heavenly May dew, they could bring forth small diamond children that would multiply and grow all year long.
That's 15th century European science right there.
It’s a wild and raw thought to imagine the center stone as the Mother, creating a cluster of daughters around her; imbuing her family with that real and untamable mystery that diamonds and women are known for. Those Medieval scientists got one thing right – these bright stones can make women shine.
Just look at this Victorian era splendor - .65 carats of old mine cut diamonds displayed like a sparkly tight-knit fam, all set in 18-karat gold. These ladies are all class and sweetness, showing off their charms the way only a woman can.
Era - c1880
Materials - 18k Gold & Old Mine Cut Diamonds (.65tcw)
Size - 6.5
Measurements - 9.5mm x 8.5mm