This fine and impressive vintage pearl and diamond ring has been crafted in 14ct rose and yellow gold with a 14ct white gold setting.
The ring is ornamented with a fine and impressive 0.23ct modern brilliant round cut diamond and a 6mm cultured pearl displayed vertically on a twist.
The feature diamond is held within a 14ct white gold claw setting.
Both the pearl and the diamond are encased within a 14ct rose gold concave circular design encompassed with a rounded band of yellow gold to the upper surface.
The individual segments are embellished and consolidated with tri-lobed collar designs.
Two further yellow gold strands protrude from the interior of the concave design to conjoin that of the rim and form the trifurcating shoulders.
The 14ct yellow gold ring shoulders integrate with the main rose gold setting and blend seamlessly with the plain hallmarked ring shank.
The 1920's ring is hallmarked to the interior surface of the shank with the 14ct gold fineness mark (585).
This impressive dress ring is supplied with an IDGL diamond grading report certificate for the feature diamond in addition to the IDGL diamond grading report card shown.
Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of this fine example of vintage jewellery.