This is a fabulous platinum ring that was made circa 1910. It has been set with a good white one carat diamond. It is surrounded by twelve well matched small white diamonds with a small diamond on each shoulder. It has mill grain work around the stones. This effect is achieved with the use of a knurling tool to create the small balls of platinum around the edges. It is an extra detail that you often find with antique rings. It is not a typical cluster ring as the shape is determined by the use of different sized diamonds to create an octagonal shape. The shank is a reeded design. It would make a wonderful engagement ring.
This is wonderful original Edwardian ring. The best of its type.
|Date & Origin||Edwardian (1901-1914), English|
|Measurements||Centre diamond 1 carat|
Other diamonds approx total weight 60 points
Diameter of top 1.2 cm
|Current Size|| UK L ½ Eligible for Free Sizing |
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|Hallmarks||Unmarked, tested to platinum|
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