Stunningly pretty and ornate 18ct white gold and diamond ring dating to circa 1925.
Set to the centre of a hexagonal shape setting is a single diamond of approx 0.10cts, light champagne in colour, 6 claw set, to a then fine millgrain ornate edging.
The raised and very decorative gallery is open work with scrolling and floral motifs as are the raised and tapered shoulders, to a flat profile slim shank, making this a quite exquisitely detailed ring and feminine ring.
The diamond is light champagne in colour, estimated in setting to be C2 - C3.
The colour tone of the diamond, we believe, is perfect for this ring… it compliments the ‘ye olde’ colour of the antique 18ct white gold superbly.
In beautiful condition for its almost 100 years, the diamond is safely and securely set, the filigree work is stunning, and this all original Art Deco ring pairs and sits wonderfully with all manner of stacking and wedding bands.
1 @ approx 0.10cts
C2 - C3 in colour
Sl1 Sl2 clarity
Hexagonal setting 7mm
Rise from finger 5.5mm
M 1/2 or 16.9mm diameter or US 61/2
Excellent antique condition. No chips to the very securely set diamond. Claws all original and excellent. No damage nor repairs to ornate filigree work.