Sweet and very pretty ‘daisy’ cluster dating to the late Art Deco era circa 1935 or thereabouts, by Australian jewellery firm H.F. Hutton and hallmarked as such.
Crafted from 18ct yellow gold and Platinum in the style of an openwork daisy cluster and set with seven old cut diamonds (and one replacement stone which has been tested by our jeweller as a CZ).
The diamonds are set in Platinum, all of which are bead set and ranging in size from the central diamond at 0.08ct to the surrounding halo of diamonds at a total estimated weight of 0.16ct.
Low rise and infinitely pretty this sweet little ring by one of our lesser known Victorian jewellers would be an asset to any jewellery collection.
7 @ estimated TDW 0.24ct (0.28 including CZ)
Mixed colour G to J
1 @ cubic zirconia replacement stone
Daisy cluster approximately 1.0cm round
18CT - PLAT.A
Q 1/2 or 18.5mm diameter US 8 1/2
Very good antique condition. Hallmarks clear, no thinning to shank. Diamonds are bright and lively. As mentioned one tiny diamonds has been replaced at some time with a CZ, this would be relatively easy to replace again with a diamond, however it is not noticeable to the naked eye therefore we have chosen to leave it as is. Sweet and dainty early piece of Australiana.Purchase Summary
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