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3.25ct Emerald and 1.92ct Diamond, 18ct Yellow Gold Dress Ring - Antique Circa 1880

A stunning antique Victorian 3.25 carat emerald and 1.92 carat diamond, 18 carat yellow and white gold cocktail ring; part of our diverse antique jewellery and estate jewelry collections

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Victorian Emerald Ring
3.25ct Emerald and 1.92ct Diamond, 18ct Yellow Gold Dress Ring - Antique Circa 1880
Victorian Emerald Ring
3.25ct Emerald and 1.92ct Diamond, 18ct Yellow Gold Dress Ring - Antique Circa 1880
Victorian Emerald Ring
3.25ct Emerald and 1.92ct Diamond, 18ct Yellow Gold Dress Ring - Antique Circa 1880
Victorian Emerald Ring
3.25ct Emerald and 1.92ct Diamond, 18ct Yellow Gold Dress Ring - Antique Circa 1880
Victorian Emerald Ring
3.25ct Emerald and 1.92ct Diamond, 18ct Yellow Gold Dress Ring - Antique Circa 1880
Victorian Emerald Ring
3.25ct Emerald and 1.92ct Diamond, 18ct Yellow Gold Dress Ring - Antique Circa 1880
Victorian Emerald Ring
3.25ct Emerald and 1.92ct Diamond, 18ct Yellow Gold Dress Ring - Antique Circa 1880
Victorian Emerald Ring
3.25ct Emerald and 1.92ct Diamond, 18ct Yellow Gold Dress Ring - Antique Circa 1880
Victorian Emerald Ring
3.25ct Emerald and 1.92ct Diamond, 18ct Yellow Gold Dress Ring - Antique Circa 1880
Victorian Emerald Ring
3.25ct Emerald and 1.92ct Diamond, 18ct Yellow Gold Dress Ring - Antique Circa 1880

Description


This stunning, fine and impressive Victorian emerald ring has been crafted in 18ct yellow gold with an 18ct white gold setting.


The ring is ornamented with a feature 3.25ct Old European cushion cut diamond, 18ct white gold collet set in relief to the centre of the design.


The diamond is encircled by sixteen 18ct yellow gold channel set square and trapezium cut emeralds, totalling 1.92cts.


The setting is embellished with an engraved decoration.


The subtly flared ring shoulders are ornamented with a scrolling groove decoration and blend seamlessly with the plain ring shank.


This Victorian emerald ring has been independently tested using state of the art technology (Niton XL2 Analyzer) and verified as 18ct gold.


The ring is supplied with an independent diamond grading certificate for the feature diamond in addition to an independent diamond grading report card for the supporting stones.


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 Victorian jewellery at AC Silver

Condition


This stunning antique Victorian 1880's gemstone cocktail ring is exceptional quality set with impressive emeralds displaying a vivid colour and brilliance.

Although clarity graded at SI2, the feature diamond displays no unsightly black inclusions, displaying a fine brilliance and presence.

The ring is an exceptional gauge of gold and is in excellent condition.


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


Diamond Quality


Colour N

Clarity SI2

Cut Old European cushion cut

Content 3.25 carats

Dimensions 8.53mm x 8.22mm x 5.30mm


Emerald Quality


Colour Green

Cut Square / Trapezium

Content 1.92 carats


Dimensions


Length of Setting 1.55cm/0.61"

Width of Setting 1.48cm/0.58"

Height of Setting 6.65mm/0.26"


Ring Size


UK Size R

USA Size 8 5/8


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


 
 
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