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Edwardian 18ct Gold, Synthetic Pink Spinel & Rose Diamond Ring

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An unusual Edwardian ring that was made around 1900-1910. It is set with a vibrant yet subtle pink stone which was made by a process. Auguste Verneuil was a lab assistant in Paris in 1873 and went on to discover the technique of making synthetic stones. This ring is a good example of what should be a pink sapphire but still looks the part! It has split shoulders that are set with small diamonds. The whole effect is beautiful at a fraction of the price of a natural stone.

Written by Olly Gerrish
Date & OriginEdwardian (1901-1914), English
MeasurementsPink stone 2 cm by 1.2 cm
Diamonds approx total weight 15 points
Current SizeUK O ½, US 7 ¼, French 56, Japanese 14 ½ Unsure of your size? View our Ring Sizing Chart
Condition Very Good
Hallmarks18ct
ProvenanceEnglish