Perfectly pretty antique 18ct yellow gold Edwardian era ring modelled in traditional ‘Trilogy’ style.
Crafted from 18ct gold and platinum and hallmarked as such with makers marks and stamps in the style of the early Australian jeweller.
Unfortunately we cannot identify this maker.
Featuring three early cut diamonds called ‘Transition- cuts’ grain set in Platinum settings, to 18ct yellow gold gallery and tapered upswept shoulders to a half round shank.
Simplistic, elegant and forever popular this early ring is in wonderful condition and sits beautifully on the finger.
“Trilogy rings are so symbolic, as we all know they represent the ‘past’ ‘present’ and ‘future’ and are traditionally coveted by young couples, but they can also define ‘friendship’ ‘love’ and ‘fidelity’
These rings have not, and will never fade from popularity given they can make the perfect gift for so many occasions”.
Please note boxes are for display only
1 @ 3.00x3.10x2.10mm = 0.13ct - J Colour
2 @ 2.50x2.70x1.50mm = 0.16ct - I-J Colour
1.31cm x 0.41cm
18ct - Plat
‘J.I’. - Makers Mark
Likely of Australian manufacture
N 1/2 or 17.3mm diameter US 7
Excellent antique condition. Diamonds are bright, white and sparkly, I-J colour. No chips or abrasions. No thinning to shank. Platinum grain settings hold the diamonds very securely. Lovely ring.