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Beautiful Edwardian diamond ring with unique features (circa 1910)


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eNum: 3116.PWEN.1420

This beautiful Edwardian period lady’s diamond set ring was made in England C1910.
It is set in a fine eighteen carats white gold setting with a single transitional cut diamond in the centre set in a four claw setting.
The shoulders of the ring which are a really beautiful feature are also set with small diamonds and are pierced and hand engraved in the Edwardian manner.
Centre stone diamond weight seventy nine points.
Colour H.
Clarity SI1.

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