An impressive 18ct gold ring that was made in 1861. It is set with five graduated old mine cut diamonds with a total weight of two carats. It has a carved half hoop shank with scroll work decoration. There are small diamonds known as diamond points on either side of the large diamonds which gives the ring a good line. This was done a lot in the Victorian and Edwardian periods. It would make a wonderful engagement or dress ring.
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Victorian 18ct Gold Five Stone Diamond Carved Half Hoop Ring
|Date & Origin||Victorian (1839-1901), English|
|Measurements||Diamonds approx total weight 2 carats|
|Current Size|| UK P Eligible for Free Sizing |
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|Hallmarks||18 ( for 18ct gold) Assayed in London 1861|
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