This Edwardian 18ct Gold Diamond Pearl ring will be a chic and sparkly addition to your antique jewellery collection. Inlaid with four bright Diamonds and three plump Pearls, this would be a beautiful antique stacking ring.
There are many reasons why you will fall in love with this antique Gold ring. Hallmarked to 1910, this beauty was crafted at the end of the Edwardian period, and it certainly possesses the elegant demeanour that this era is so well known for. Just look at those openwork triangular settings!
ERA: Post Edwardian, c.1910.
RING SIZE: UK Size P / US Size 7 & 1/2
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MEASUREMENTS: Two large Diamonds each 2.8mm diameter.
Two petite Diamonds 1.5mm diameter.
Total approximate Diamond carat weight 0.18ct.
Pearls graduate from 2mm diameter to 3.5mm diameter.
Ring band graduates from 3mm wide at the back to 6.5mm wide at the centre.
MATERIALS: Solid 18ct Gold, Diamond, Pearl.
HALLMARKS: Crown, "18", Birmingham Assay, Date Letter "I" for the year 1910, Maker's Mark "L&W". Tests as solid 9ct Gold throughout.
EXCELLENT: This Edwardian 18ct Gold Diamond Pearl ring is in impeccable condition throughout. All of the gemstones are securely set, and the Diamonds are superb in their sparkle, with no signs of abrasions or chips. You will love the combination of old mine cuts and old rose cuts in this dreamy ring. The band itself is very robust, with the openwork and engraved shoulders in fantastic antique condition. Not to mention the hallmarks are perfection too. What a fabulous ring, connecting you to 110 years ago!