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2.15 ct Amethyst and 2.13 ct Diamond, 18 ct White Gold Dress Ring - Vintage Circa 1950

A stunning vintage 2.15 carat amethyst and 2.13 carat diamond, 18 carat white gold dress ring; part of our diverse vintage jewellery collections

SKU: A6463
Price: £3,650.00
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Amethyst and Diamond Ring
2.15 ct Amethyst and 2.13 ct Diamond, 18 ct White Gold Dress Ring - Vintage Circa 1950
Amethyst and Diamond Ring
2.15 ct Amethyst and 2.13 ct Diamond, 18 ct White Gold Dress Ring - Vintage Circa 1950
Amethyst and Diamond Ring
2.15 ct Amethyst and 2.13 ct Diamond, 18 ct White Gold Dress Ring - Vintage Circa 1950
Amethyst and Diamond Ring
2.15 ct Amethyst and 2.13 ct Diamond, 18 ct White Gold Dress Ring - Vintage Circa 1950
Amethyst and Diamond Ring
2.15 ct Amethyst and 2.13 ct Diamond, 18 ct White Gold Dress Ring - Vintage Circa 1950
Amethyst and Diamond Ring
2.15 ct Amethyst and 2.13 ct Diamond, 18 ct White Gold Dress Ring - Vintage Circa 1950
Amethyst and Diamond Ring
2.15 ct Amethyst and 2.13 ct Diamond, 18 ct White Gold Dress Ring - Vintage Circa 1950
Amethyst and Diamond Ring
2.15 ct Amethyst and 2.13 ct Diamond, 18 ct White Gold Dress Ring - Vintage Circa 1950
Amethyst and Diamond Ring
2.15 ct Amethyst and 2.13 ct Diamond, 18 ct White Gold Dress Ring - Vintage Circa 1950
Amethyst and Diamond Ring
2.15 ct Amethyst and 2.13 ct Diamond, 18 ct White Gold Dress Ring - Vintage Circa 1950

Description


This stunning vintage amethyst and diamond ring has been crafted in 18 ct white gold with platinum settings.


The impressive feature high profile boat style setting is ornamented with a 2.15ct cabochon amethyst, four claw set in relief to the centre of the design.


The amethyst is encircled by ten, individually displayed modern brilliant round cut diamonds.


This 1950's vintage dress ring is further accented with ten, diagonally set, baguette cut diamonds and ten diagonally opposed marquise cut diamonds, all evenly colour matched.


The trifurcating ring shoulders support the boat style setting and integrate in to the multi-strand shank hallmarked to the interior with the 18 ct gold guarantee mark (18ct) and the platinum guarantee mark (plat).


This stunning cocktail ring is supplied with an independent diamond grading report card.


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Condition


This imposing dress ring is fine quality set with very high colour graded, well colour matched diamonds in a variety of cuts.

The ring is a very good gauge of gold and is in excellent condition with clear hallmarks to the interior of the shank.


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


Amethyst Quality


Colour Purple

Cut Cabochon

Content 2.15 carats

Dimensions 7.98mm x 6.21mm


Diamond Quality


Colour (average grades) G

Clarity (average grades) SI1

Cut Transitional modern brilliant round/baguette/marquise

Content (total) 2.13 carats


Dimensions


Length of setting 2.18cm/0.85"

Width of setting 2.15cm/0.84"

Height of setting 1.80cm/0.70"


Ring Size


UK Size Q

USA Size 8


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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