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0.62 ct Emerald and 0.48 ct Diamond, Five Stone Dress Ring - Antique Circa 1910

An exceptional, fine and impressive 0.62 carat natural emerald, 0.48 carat diamond, 18 carat yellow gold cocktail ring; part of our antique, vintage jewellery and estate jewelry collections

SKU: W8060
Price: £3,950.00
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Emerald and Diamond Dress Ring
0.62 ct Emerald and 0.48 ct Diamond, Five Stone Dress Ring - Antique Circa 1910
Emerald and Diamond Dress Ring
0.62 ct Emerald and 0.48 ct Diamond, Five Stone Dress Ring - Antique Circa 1910
Emerald and Diamond Dress Ring
0.62 ct Emerald and 0.48 ct Diamond, Five Stone Dress Ring - Antique Circa 1910
Emerald and Diamond Dress Ring
0.62 ct Emerald and 0.48 ct Diamond, Five Stone Dress Ring - Antique Circa 1910
Emerald and Diamond Dress Ring
0.62 ct Emerald and 0.48 ct Diamond, Five Stone Dress Ring - Antique Circa 1910
Emerald and Diamond Dress Ring
0.62 ct Emerald and 0.48 ct Diamond, Five Stone Dress Ring - Antique Circa 1910
Emerald and Diamond Dress Ring
0.62 ct Emerald and 0.48 ct Diamond, Five Stone Dress Ring - Antique Circa 1910
Emerald and Diamond Dress Ring
0.62 ct Emerald and 0.48 ct Diamond, Five Stone Dress Ring - Antique Circa 1910
Emerald and Diamond Dress Ring
0.62 ct Emerald and 0.48 ct Diamond, Five Stone Dress Ring - Antique Circa 1910
Emerald and Diamond Dress Ring
0.62 ct Emerald and 0.48 ct Diamond, Five Stone Dress Ring - Antique Circa 1910

Description


This exception, fine and impressive antique emerald and diamond dress ring has been crafted in 18 ct yellow gold.


The multiclaw mount displays three step cut, natural emeralds totalling 0.62 ct.


Two Old European round cut diamonds totalling 0.48ct, set alternately between the emeralds complete the design.


The elevated ring shoulders are embellished with a central row of graduating bead style decoration.


This exceptional diamond and emerald cocktail ring has a plain 18 ct yellow gold hallmarked shank.


The ring is supplied with an independent diamond grading report card.


"Rather than regarding inclusions in coloured stones as harmful, in small sizes and numbers that do not in any way detract from their beauty, they should be regarded as adding to desirability, for they provide identifying characteristics."

Reference: The Connoisseur's Guide to Precious Gemstones, R.Wise, Brunswick House Press.


Images do not always reflect the true colour and brilliance of gemstones and diamonds. The video however provides a truer representation of the actual colour and showcases each stone.


View the complete range of emerald jewellery at AC Silver

Condition


This ladies emerald and diamond cocktail ring is fine quality, set with very high colour graded old cut antique diamonds and antique natural emeralds.

This impressive ring is in excellent conditions with a clear maker's mark and 18ct hallmark.


Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of this exceptionally fine example of antique jewellery / estate jewelry.


Diamond Quality


Colour (average grades) I

Clarity (average grades) SI 1

Cut Old European round

Content (total) 0.48 carat


Emerald Quality


Colour Natural

Cut Step

Content (total) 0.62 carat


Dimensions


Width across setting 1.57cm / 0.61"

Height of setting 4.71mm / 0.18"


Ring Size


UK Size P

USA Size 7 1/2


The ring size may be professionally adjusted in size on request to meet your personal requirements.


 
 
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Andrew Campbell started trading in antiques during the 1970s. Initially, Andrew lived in the South of England, travelling the country, searching for items of silver to buy. Andrew sold these items at various London markets and antique fairs. Over time, and through selling at a range of venues, Andrew built up a large and diverse customer base from private buyers to national and international trade customers.
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