Edwardian 18ct Gold Diamond Carved Half Hoop Ring
A lovely 75% pure gold (or 750 parts pure gold and 250 parts other metals) gold ring that was When the property or concentration of a precious metal is measured. in Chester in 1906. It has been set with six well matched white graduated An 18th, 19th and early 20th century diamond shape, typically cushion or asymmetrical, marked by a small table, a high crown and a large culet. Culets are the small flat facets at the bottom of a stone which appear to the untrained eye as a hole in the middle of the stone. Before the advent of modern machinery which allows for the precise faceting we see tod... More diamonds. The The circle of metal that attaches to the decorative part of a ring and encircles the finger. is called a carved half hoop because of the decoration on either side. It is unusual design as normally these rings with carved half hoops display three or five diamonds, not six! It stacks well with a wedding A type of ring which is an equal width all the way round. They are traditionally used for wedding rings.
and would make a wonderful engagement ring.
|Date & Origin||Edwardian (1901-1914), English|
|Measurements||Diamonds approx total weight 38 points|
|Current Size|| UK J Eligible for Free Sizing |
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|Hallmarks||Assayed in Chester in 1906|
'18' for 18ct Gold
Marker's mark R.N. possibly for Richard Nevill
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