Hand crafted from 18ct gold this stunning early Australian diamond ring - 0.78ct - by one of our early jewellers ‘J.M. Wendt’ (1854 - end of 20th century) and hallmarked as such.
Dating to around the 1930’s, perhaps a little later, and designed as a Trilogy ring representing Past, Present and Future, an everlasting popular style spanning the eras.
Set with three old European cut diamonds, the center diamond weighing 0.33ct and the two opposing diamonds weighing approx 0.22ct each.
Each diamond is secured with 6 claws atop scalloped coronet settings across a knife edge bar and tapered upswept shoulder flow to a half round shank.
Bright and white H-J colour diamonds with a clarity of SI1 -SI2 make this outstanding antique ring absolutely pop on the finger!
A collectors dream, this almost pristine all original ring by one of our best early Australian jewellers is a future heirloom in the making.
1 @ approx 0.33ct
2 @ approx 0.22ct each
1.5cm East to west
M or 16.7mm diameter US 6 1/4
Can be re-sized
Excellent antique condition. Diamonds are beautiful, no chips or damage. Claws very secure and all original. No thinning to shank, hallmarks clear. Gorgeous ring.