Hi, got this vintage buttercup diamond ring in a storage locker auction. I have been researching it the last 3 months but can't find another like it or the maker. It's 14k stamped inside no other markings. I think it's 1880's 1920's. Any info on it would be appreciated. Thank you.
Ok, dont take this personally but your pictures are just awful!
Can you take it outside in the sunlight and get some photos. If your camera wont focus that close, move back a little so you can get some
shots in focus.
It’s a cut or “pierced” look metal, but not what’s traditionally considered filigree.
Here’s a good article on traditional filigree work, with lots of pictures:
Filigree is considered one of the most delicate types of jewellery metalworking. The art of filigree uses precious metals like gold or silver.secretsfromportugal.com