Edwardian 1.20 Carat Old Cut Diamond Five Stone Ring, circa 1910
A classy early 20th century five stone diamond ring. The slightly graduating diamonds are impressively bright and lively, and are secured in a platinum collet with split claws, leading to a slim 18k yellow gold shank. This ring has the right proportions to be stacked, but would certainly look the part worn alone.
Accompanied by an independent jewellery report from IGR (#30307052).
Cut – Old mine cuts.
Colour – J to L.
Clarity – VS1 to SI1; all the stone are clean to the eye.
Carat – A total approximate weight of 1.20 carat.
Circa – 1910.
Measurements – From the edge of one outer diamond to the other is 18.3mm. The ring is 4.7mm at the widest point and sits 4.6mm from the finger.
Size – O 1/2 (UK) or 7.25 (US). Complimentary sizing is available, can go up or down.
Metal – Stamped 18CT and PLAT – 18k yellow gold and platinum – and tests as such.