Manufactured by one of our iconic early Australian jewellery firms Willis and Sons in the early 20th century this immaculate 18ct yellow gold and diamond ring is stunning.
Set to the centre is an old cut diamond measuring approx 3.5mm or 0.17cts surrounded by a further ten old cut diamonds measuring approx 2mm each or 0.03cts, with a total diamond weight of just under half a carat (0.47cts).
The centre diamond is six claw set in a raised coronet style fashion, to a detached halo of ten smaller diamonds each set in milgrain and bead settings befitting of the era to an openwork pierced gallery.
A solid and thick half round shank completes the picture and this adorable early Australian ring by one of our best early jewellers is a dream to wear.
With hallmarks for Willis and Sons as clear as the day it was made, this beauty is perfect for the collector or anyone wanting a perfectly pretty ring.
TDW approx 0.47cts
9.24 mm cluster diameter
6.0mm rise from finger
Hallmarked beautifully for Willis and Sons
N 1/2 OR 17.3mm diameter US 7
Excellent antique condition. No chips to diamonds. Settings and claws excellent, all stones very secure. No thinning to shank, hallmarks very crisp and clear.
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