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Pie-crust style black-enamelled diamond ring (circa 19001900 and 19001900)

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Really unique and one-of-a-kind diamond set ring made in England C1900, in the Edwardian period.
It is set in a fine eighteen-carat yellow gold setting and is set in the centre with a single transitional cut diamond set within eight claws.

The diamond weight here is approximately seventy points and it is surrounded by a really unusually inlaid black enamel rim, all in a pie crust setting.

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