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Large Georgian diamond solitaire mounted in gold and silver (circa 1770)

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eNum: 2120.CDWEN.0748

Unique and rare ring made in England c1770 to 1800, in the Georgian period.
It is set in a fine eighteen-carat yellow gold and silver setting, and is set in the centre with a single cushion cut diamond set within ten claws.

The weight of the diamond is three carats and fifteen points.
It is the way that the ring has been handmade with the mixture of the gold and the silver, and considering the age of the ring that makes this a one-of-a-kind, unique and special piece.

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