Pretty Edwardian 18ct Gold Turquoise Diamond Five Stone Ring. This pretty ring has a two wonderful sleeping beauty turquiose approx 5mm x 5mm in between these are three sparkly old cut diamonds. The large central diamond is of excellent clarity and colour and measures approx 5mm x 5mm 0.40ct diamond and two further diamonds 3mm x 3mm and 10 points each. Total diamond weight is 0.60ct and total face of the ring is 5mm x 18mm. The diamonds are set into 18ct gold with really beautiful carved shoulders and lovely scrolling. This ring is fully hallmarked for London 18ct gold and the year 1906. This ring has a good strong band with little wear and overall the ring is in excellent condition for its age and very wearable. The ring dates to the Edwardian era. This is a classic beautiful ring with bright diamonds that have a beautiful timeless sparkle that only old cut diamonds give and they romantic look of greeny/blue turquiose. Size UK Qand U.S Size 8 the total weight is 3.6g.
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