This fine and impressive dress ring has been crafted in 18ct white gold.
The substantial, pierced decorated lattice design setting is ornamented with a feature 0.25ct transitional modern brilliant round cut diamond, six claw set in subtle relief to the centre of the arrangement.
The feature diamond is flanked on either side with a pierced decorated lobed design, accented with an individually four claw set eight-cut diamond.
The upper and lower borders of the ring have a scalloped edged design embellished with a further ten pavé set eight-cut diamonds.
The multi-stranded, elevated ring shoulders are accented with a ball decoration and amalgamate to join the plain hallmarked ring shank.
The ring is hallmarked to the interior of the shank with the 18ct gold fineness mark (0750) and a 'flower' hallmark.
This vintage 1940's 18ct white gold dress ring is supplied with an IDGL diamond grading report certificate for the feature diamond in addition to an IDGL diamond grading report card for the supporting stones.