Crafted in Birmingham in 1915 from 18ct yellow gold this traditional style ‘bridge’ ring features three lush red oval faceted Garnets in graduated form interspersed with four small rose-cut diamonds.
The central Garnet measures 6mm x 5mm or 0.70ct and the two outer Garnet measure 5mm x 3mm or 0.35ct each.
All are set in raised claw fashion to plain shoulders to a D shape shank.
In astoundingly good condition for its 106 years the Garnets are abrasion and chip free, the claws are all original and excellent and secure, as are the little rose-cuts and their claws.
Full hallmarks for Birmingham, 18ct and date letter for 1915.
East to West 18mm
North to South 7mm
Makers mark ( unidentifiable )
Crown / 18 / Anchor / ‘q’ for 1915
N I/2 or 17.3mm diameter US 7
Excellent antique condition. All Garnets and diamonds very secure in their settings. No chips or abrasions to Garnets. No wear or thinning to gold. Hallmarks very crisp and clear.Please note boxes are for display only Purchase Summary
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