Constructed in 1931 and beautifully hallmarked for assay in Birmingham, this 18ct yellow gold and Old Mine Cut diamond ring shows true craftsmanship.
Set in traditional graduated five stone style with a carved ornate and scrolled gallery setting a very solid half round band.
The diamonds are all claw set and very secure with the central diamond measuring approximately 0.20ct, with the two flanking diamonds approx 0.10ct and the end diamonds approx 0.05ct, giving a nice TDW of around 0.50ct.
These lovely antique five stone rings are popular for a reason.. they look fantastic worn alone but pair beautifully with such a wide selection of your favourite other rings.
TDW approx 0.50ct
H-J colour - VSI VS2 clarity
1.5cm x 3.5mm
Rise from finger 3.46mm
‘W.M’ - Makers mark
Crown / 18 / ‘Anchor’ / ‘G’ for 1931
K 1/2 or 16.1mm diameter US 5 1/2
Very good to excellent antique condition. Lovely construction, solid band, hallmarks very crisp and clear. All claws secure. No chips or abrasions to diamonds. Please note boxes are for display only Purchase Summary
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