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SOLD - 0.42 ct Diamond & Enamel, 18 ct White Gold Dress Ring by Fabergé - Contemporary

A fine and impressive vintage 0.42 carat diamond and dark blue enamel, 18 carat white gold dress ring by Fabergé; part of our contemporary jewellery and estate jewelry collections

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SOLD - 0.42 ct Diamond & Enamel, 18 ct White Gold Dress Ring by Fabergé - Contemporary
SOLD - 0.42 ct Diamond & Enamel, 18 ct White Gold Dress Ring by Fabergé - Contemporary

Description


This fine and impressive, limited edition, contemporary Faberge ring* has been crafted in 18 ct white gold.


The pierced decorated, oval shaped cushion mount is ornamented with a feature collet set 0.22 ct oval brilliant cut diamond to the centre of the design.


A quatrefoil shaped, dark blue guilloche enamel panel accented with four gold cross motifs surrounds the central diamond.


Eighteen pavé set, well colour matched, modern brilliant round cut diamonds border the cushion shaped design.


The tapering, groove decorated ring shoulders are accented with feature a lobed design at the junction with the frame.


A single pavé set diamond embellishes each shoulder at the mergence with the plain hallmarked ring shank.


The hallmarks to the interior of the shank include a limited edition stamp (35/300), the 18 ct gold fineness mark (750) and the maker's mark for Victor Mayer** and is signed 'Fabergé'.


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


NOTES

*FABERGÉ was founded in 1842 by Peter Carl Fabergé in Russia. Fabergé was the official goldsmith to the Russian Imperial Court, creating exquisite jewels and objects, including the renowned 'Imperial Easter Eggs'.

**VICTOR MAYER founded the Victor Mayer jewellery firm in 1890, in Pforzheim, the German "City of Gold". In the 100th year of the firm's existence, 1989, the company was appointed the sole authorised Fabergé workmaster (1989-2009) by way of the worldwide exclusive licence.


Condition


This contemporary Fabergé dress ring is exceptional quality with an impressive blue enamel panel and very high colour graded diamonds.

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


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


Diamond Quality


Feature Diamond

Colour H

Clarity VS2

Cut Oval brilliant

Content 0.22 carat

Dimensions 4.05mm x 2.93mm x 1.91mm


Supporting Diamonds

Colour (average grades) H

Clarity (average grades) SI1

Cut Modern brilliant round

Content (total) 0.20 carat


Dimensions


Length of setting 1.82cm/0.71"

Width of setting 1.34cm/0.52"

Height of setting 6.65mm/0.26"


Ring Size


UK Size O

USA Size 7


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


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Andrew Campbell started trading in Antique Silver in the 1970's. 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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