Sumptuous Victorian/ early Edwardian 18ct yellow gold Pearl and diamond ring dating to around the turn of the century.
Modelled in rich lush 18ct yellow gold and set to the centre with a lustrous oval Pearl measuring 7m x 6mm which is accented with four Old Mine Cut diamonds of approximately 0.08ct each with an estimated TDW of 0.32ct.
Set to the outer are tapering lozenge shaped face of the ring is two further lovely white round pearls measuring approx 3mm in diameter each.
This ring hugs the finger beautifully given its slightly curved half-hoop modelling and the detailing to the solid low rise gallery is charming.
A nice solid half-round shank completes the picture.. this ring is truly a pleasure to wear.
Pearl x 3
4 @ approx 0.08ct each
TDW estimated in settings 0.32ct
East to west 19.53mm
7mm North to south
We believe there would have been further hallmarks which may have been sized out
O 1/2 or 17.7mm diameter US 7 1/2
Sizeable with great care
Very very good antique condition. The centre Pearl is original, the two outer well matched Pearls have been professionally replaced by our master jeweller. The Old Mine cut diamonds are lovely, original ,very clear and bright. Settings are very secure. No thinning to shank, 18 stamp is slightly faded although we can’t see obvious evidence or re-sizing. Very pretty antique pearl and diamond ring.