enquiries@acsilver.co.uk +44 (0) 191 240 2645
Chinese Flag  Italian Flag  Spanish Flag  French Flag  German Flag  Russian Flag  Japanese Flag  United Arab Emirates
AC Silver lights background
Trade Associations Trusted Shops
line

View Basket (0 items)

 FREE DELIVERY  NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL  FULLY INSURED

3.83ct Black Opal and 1.15ct Diamond, Platinum Cocktail Ring - Antique Circa 1930

A stunning antique 1930's 3.83 carat black opal and 1.15 carat diamond, platinum cocktail ring; part of our diverse antique jewellery and estate jewelry collections

SKU: A9993
Price: £5,950.00
Enquire about this item
Currency Converter
Black Opal Ring with Diamonds for Sale
3.83ct Black Opal and 1.15ct Diamond, Platinum Cocktail Ring - Antique Circa 1930
Black Opal Ring with Diamonds for Sale
3.83ct Black Opal and 1.15ct Diamond, Platinum Cocktail Ring - Antique Circa 1930
Black Opal Ring with Diamonds for Sale
3.83ct Black Opal and 1.15ct Diamond, Platinum Cocktail Ring - Antique Circa 1930
Black Opal Ring with Diamonds for Sale
3.83ct Black Opal and 1.15ct Diamond, Platinum Cocktail Ring - Antique Circa 1930
Black Opal Ring with Diamonds for Sale
3.83ct Black Opal and 1.15ct Diamond, Platinum Cocktail Ring - Antique Circa 1930
Black Opal Ring with Diamonds for Sale
3.83ct Black Opal and 1.15ct Diamond, Platinum Cocktail Ring - Antique Circa 1930
Black Opal Ring with Diamonds for Sale
3.83ct Black Opal and 1.15ct Diamond, Platinum Cocktail Ring - Antique Circa 1930
Black Opal Ring with Diamonds for Sale
3.83ct Black Opal and 1.15ct Diamond, Platinum Cocktail Ring - Antique Circa 1930
Black Opal Ring with Diamonds for Sale
3.83ct Black Opal and 1.15ct Diamond, Platinum Cocktail Ring - Antique Circa 1930
Black Opal Ring with Diamonds for Sale
3.83ct Black Opal and 1.15ct Diamond, Platinum Cocktail Ring - Antique Circa 1930

Description


This stunning, fine and impressive black opal ring with diamond has been crafted in platinum.


The pierced decorated, signet style design is ornamented with a feature 3.83ct black opal panel, collet set to the centre of the design.


The opal is flanked on either side by a total of four collet set baguette cut diamonds.


A further fifty pavé set diamonds in a combination of transitional modern brilliant round cuts and eight-cuts embellish the design.


The flared, trifurcated ring shoulders integrate with the main setting and amalgamate to form the plain, substantial ring shank.


This stunning antique black opal ring has been independently tested using state of the art technology (Niton XL2 Analyzer) and verified as platinum.


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


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 opal jewellery at AC Silver

Condition


This stunning antique cocktail ring is exceptional quality set with an impressive black opal and very well colour matched, very high colour graded old cut diamonds.

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


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


Opal Quality


Colour Black

Cut Panel

Content 3.83 carats

Dimensions 16.66mm x 12.16mm x 3.32mm


Diamond Quality


Colour (average grades) G

Clarity (average grades) SI1

Cut Transitional modern brilliant round / Baguette / Eight-cut

Content (total) 1.15 carats


Dimensions


Length of Setting 2.02cm/0.8"

Width of Setting 2.065cm/0.81"

Height of Setting 5.55mm/0.22"


Ring Size


UK Size N

USA Size 6 1/2


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


 
 
May we also suggest…
Check the check boxes next to the additional products that you would like to add to the shopping cart, then click on the "Add to Cart" button above. A check box is not shown if a product requires that you select an option or fill out a field. () indicates a required accessory.
Back To Top of Page
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.
read more
 
Register & Login
Delivery & Returns
Privacy & Security
Frequently Asked Questions
Customer Feedback
Help & Information
Investment
News
 
view map
Web site currency conversion