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Antique Australian 9ct Rose Gold Diamond Buckle Ring By Willis and Sons Circa 1910

Sale price$737.00 USD

Laybys welcome! Contact Us today to secure your dream piece.

This wonderful piece by one of our iconic early Australian jewellers - Willis and Sons - dates to around the first decade of the 20th century circa 1910.

Crafted from 9ct rose gold and modelled as the enduring symbol of everlasting love and commitment, the buckle ring.

Star or ‘gypsy’ set with an old Mine cut diamond of approximately 2.5mm or 0.06ct to the centre of the ring which is highly polished gold and to the outer edges of the ring we find an intricate edging for the entire circumference.

Fully and clearly hallmarked with Willis and Sons renowned ‘Unicorn’ symbol, ‘9’ and ‘W’ for Willis and Sons used after 1904.

One of the finest examples of its type we have had the pleasure of offering by this maker this one is perfect for the Australian jewellery collector.

1 @ approximately 0.06ct

At widest buckle point 1.0cm - then 6.6mm thereafter

2.84 Grams

Fully hallmarked for Willis and Sons

U or 20.0mm diameter US 10 1/4
Advisable not to re-size due to patter however it is possible..

Very very good antique condition. No chips to diamond, bright and sparkly, approximately H-I colour - SI2 clarity.  Hallmarks very crisp indicating no thinning to band.  Minor marks to gold only.  Fine intricate edging to both outer edges in excellent condition with no fading.

Please note boxes and chains are for display only unless otherwise stated