A fairly large and rather beautiful oval Aquamarine (from the Latin, “water from the sea”) is, as the name suggests, a pale green bluish to medium dark blue member of the beryl family. Due to its lovely, limpid color and its durability aquamarine has been one of the most popular gemstones from ancient times to the present day. 7.5 - 8 ... More ring which is bordered by three small diamonds on either side. It was made circa 1910-1920. At this period stones such as aquamarines, moonstones and Ceylon sapphires were in fashion and used extensively in rings, pendants and earrings.
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Edwardian Aquamarine & Diamond Ring
|Date & Origin||Edwardian (1901-1914), English|
|Measurements||Aquamarine approx 4-5 carats|
Diamonds approx 12-20 points total weight
Aquamarine measures ⅝ in by just under ⅜ in
|Current Size|| UK K, US 5 ¼, French 50, Japanese 9 ½ |
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|Hallmarks||Unmarked, tested to 18ct gold & platinum|
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