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Edwardian 2.35 Carat Old Cut Diamond & Tourmaline Cluster Ring, French, circa 1910



Item #: 46AB1064.

This is just the most spectacular French Edwardian cluster ring. Centred by an incredibly bright and lively cushion shaped old mine cut diamond, the whiteness of which is highlighted by a pair of strong, electric green chrome tourmalines. A border of twenty old cut diamonds surround the central trio of stones in a platinum, coronet setting. A further six (three each side) diamonds are set in the shoulders, leading to a fluted, rose gold shank. Exquisite.

Accompanied by an independent jewellery report from IGR (#30306741).

Cut – Old mine cut diamonds (with four small rose cut diamonds around the centre stone. The tourmalines are cushion cuts.

Colour – The centre diamond is H. The diamonds in in the surround are G to I.

Clarity –VS2 in the centre. The diamonds in the surround are VS1 to SI2; all are clean to the naked eye.

Carat – The centre stone is approximately 1.31 carat, with a total approximate diamond weight of 2.35 carat. The total weight of the tourmalines is approximately 0.79 carat.

Circa – 1910.

Size – L (UK) or 5.5 (US). Complimentary sizing is available, can go up or down.

Measurements – The centre diamond is approximately 6.1 x 6.9mm. The head of the ring is 11.15 x 20.92mm. Sits 6.85mm from the finger.

Metal – 18k rose gold and platinum. French hallmarks.

£7,700 Finance