The word stunning is often used to describe jewellery however we just can’t think of another more appropriate!
This late Victorian to very early Edwardian hand crafted 18ct yellow gold half hoop ring is set horizontally with five half pearls (probably saltwater) accented with eight tiny rose cut diamonds.
The pearls are quite large measuring 3 @ 6mm and 2 @ 5mm, creamy white to slightly silvery in colour and with a nice lustre.
With such a lovely finger spread measuring 21mm x 6.2mm and a nice showy rise from the finger at 5.2mm.
Simple detail to the closed gallery and entirely closed to the under gallery, making this a sturdy and solid ring.
Strikingly pretty enough to wear on its own, however it also looks fabulous teamed with a diamond half hoop or two!
Please note boxes are for display only
East to west - 2.1cm
North to south - 6.2mm
Tested at 18ct
N 1/2 or 17.3mm diameter US 7
Sizeable with care
Very good antique condition. Pearls and diamonds secure in their settings. Pearls are natural therefore will show minor irregularities under magnification, eye clean. No chips to pearls and nacre is in good condition. All diamonds and pearls original. Slight tapering to very rear of shank but still solid and does not need attention. Beautiful ring.Purchase Summary
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