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Outstanding octagonal Edwardian ring (circa 1910)

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eNum: 3011.CPENN.1334

This exquisite ring is from the Edwardian period C1910.
It is set in the finest quality eighteen carats yellow gold and platinum setting with a single transitional cut diamond in the centre set in a fine clawed setting
This is surrounded by a single row of old round cut diamonds all in an octagonal shaped Edwardian setting.
Centre diamond weight One carats eighty two points.
This is a beautiful period ring which is difficult to come across these days.
This style of ring is copied a lot but they are nothing like the original.

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