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Edwardian 1.20 Carat Old Mine Cut Diamond Ring, circa 1905



Item #: 96AB1034.

A real statement piece. This Edwardian diamond ring features a bright, internally clean and lively cushion shaped old mine cut diamond in the centre, secured in a eight-claw ‘cup’ collet and is framed, at the top and bottom, by a pair if trefoil diamond clusters. Six (three each side) old cut diamonds are set in the shoulders, leading to a slim knife-edge yellow gold shank.

Accompanied by an independent jewellery report from IGR (#30307218).

Cut – Old mine cuts

Colour – The centre diamond is J. The smaller diamonds are H to J.

Clarity – VS1 in the centre. The smaller diamonds range from SI1 to I2.

Carat – The centre diamond approximately 1.20 carat, with a further approximate 0.90 carat.

Circa – 1905.

Condition – The small diamond at the top (as pictured) that has gone black can be replaced if you prefer.

Measurements – From top to bottom, the ring is 22.65mm. Sits 4.75mm from the finger.

Size – N (UK) or 6.5 (US). Complimentary sizing is available, can go up or down.

Metal – 18k gold. Stamped 750.

Finance

£4,800