edwardian 120 carat old cut diamond five stone ring circa 1910
edwardian 120 carat old cut diamond five stone ring circa 1910
edwardian 120 carat old cut diamond five stone ring circa 1910
edwardian 120 carat old cut diamond five stone ring circa 1910
edwardian 120 carat old cut diamond five stone ring circa 1910
edwardian 120 carat old cut diamond five stone ring circa 1910
edwardian 120 carat old cut diamond five stone ring circa 1910

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Edwardian 1.20 Carat Old Cut Diamond Five Stone Ring, circa 1910



Item #: 11576S249.

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.

£1,600 Finance