One of our favourite rings, this late Victorian ring is fully hallmarked for Birmingham 1887.
Modelled in ‘cross-over’ style and crafted in rich bright 18ct yellow gold this beauty features an Old Mine Cut diamond measuring approx 3.5mm or 0.17ct and a deep red Garnet measuring approx 3.6mm or 0.18ct.
Both the principal stones are claw set in coronet fashion, to the then flat band which is set with eight Rose cut Diamonds.
In absolutely beautiful condition with very clear hallmarks this ring obviously has been treasured and cared for for 134 years and would make a beautiful addition to your jewellery collection.
1 @ approx 0.17ct
8 @ approx 2mm-2.5mm each
1 @ approx 0.18ct
7.5mm at widest point
2.25mm shoulders and shank
‘AA’? Makers marks (Partly faded)
Crown / 18 / ‘Anchor’ / ’n’ for 1887
P or 18.1m diameter US 8
Very good to excellent antique condition. All stones secure, all claws original. No thinning to shank, hallmarks very clear and crisp except for on letter of Makers mark. No issues to note.