Dating to around the 1940’s and crafted from 18ct yellow gold and Palladium this bright and beautiful diamond trilogy ring is one of our favourites this week!
Substantial crafted, beautifully made this symbolic ‘Trilogy’ ring represents ‘Past, Present and Future’ and probably would have been originally purchased as an engagement or eternity ring.
One of the things we love about this era of ring is their use of illusion settings. Each diamond is bead claw set (in Palladium) to a beautifully worked faceted illusion setting which kicks out the light and sparkles along with the already bright and white diamonds making them appear larger than they already are - ingenious!
Each diamond is individually set in an open work V shaped coronet setting to tapered shoulders and a thick flat and substantial shank.
Diamonds measure approximately 0.10ct and 0.05ct so around 0.20ct total.
Get the look of larger diamonds with out the ridiculous price tag and score yourself an original 1940s ring to boot!
1 @ approximately 0.10ct
2 @ approximately 0.05ct
East to west -1.3cm
North to south 5.5mm
18ct Pall (for Palladium)
K or 15.9mm diameter US 5 1/4
Could be re-sized
Very very good vintage condition. Diamonds are bright and beautiful, no chip, securely set. Shank is very substantial with no thinning.