A good looking 75% pure gold (or 750 parts pure gold and 250 parts other metals) gold late Jewellery made in the the Victorian era (1839-1901). ring made circa 1880. It is set with three well matched Burma sapphires. There are six small The ‘rose cut’, defined by its rounded outline and multiple triangular facets, is one of the earliest diamond cuts, with its origins in sixteenth century Europe. A rose cut typically has a flat base and anywhere from six to twenty four facets, the latter known as a full rose cut. diamonds to highlight the sapphires and give the ring a clean line. Burma sapphires are much sought after as they are a beautiful deep Royal blue colour. This ring is in very good condition and would make a lovely engagement ring.
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Victorian 18ct Gold, Three Stone Burma Sapphire Ring
|Date & Origin||Victorian (1839-1901), English|
|Measurements||Sapphires approx total weight 1 .75 carats|
Width across top 7 mm
Centre sapphire 6 mm by 5 mm
|Current Size|| UK K Eligible for Free Sizing |
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|Hallmarks||Unmarked, tested to 18ct gold|
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