This fabulous and fiery Opal and Diamond ring simply oozes quality and Edwardian charm!
The Opals are all chunky cabochon cuts with excellent fire and radiance. They have a rare play of colour that looks like candy; all full of pinks, lilac and orange, and with the occasional flash of luminous bright green. No matter what the weather or lighting conditions it's always radiant and beautiful.
The Opals are smooth to the touch and sit snugly and securely so they'll never catch on your clothes and the band is both sturdy and comfortable.
The pretty open setting is typically Edwardian and shows off those wonderful, precious gemstones perfectly!
ERA: Edwardian c.1902
RING SIZE: UK Size N & 1/2 / US Size 6 & 3/4
Resizing available on request - just send us a message to enquire!
MEASUREMENTS: The boat setting measures 20mm across x 7.5mm wide x 4mm deep.
The central Opal is 6mm long x 4.5mm wide x 2mm deep, weighing approx. 0.31ct.
The Opals on each side are 5mm long x 4mm wide x 1.5mm deep, weighing approx. 0.17ct each.
Total Opal weight is approx. 0.65ct.
The Diamonds are 2mm in diameter, weighing approx. 0.03ct each.
Total Diamond weight is approx. 0.12ct.
The band is 2.5mm wide at the back
MATERIALS: 18ct Yellow Gold, Opal, Diamond
HALLMARKS: Maker's Mark obscured, "18", Birmingham Assay, date letter "C' for the year 1902.
VERY GOOD / EXCELLENT: This ring is in very good, near mint condition throughout. The Opals are a gorgeous rainbow of colour, smooth and chip-free and the Diamonds are well cut and have a bright and brilliant sparkle. The sumptuous 18ct Gold in the band and setting are free from scratches or wear and the hallmarks are still completely legible. The only imperfection if that one of the small Diamonds has a light nibble to one edge, but this is only visible when viewed with x 10 magnification. The Diamonds are all set securely and are structurally sound so this ring will bring you many more years of joy and beauty!