Edwardian 18ct Gold Burmese Sapphire & Diamond Engagement Ring

Edwardian 18ct Gold Burmese Sapphire & Diamond Engagement Ring

Code: CT301

£895.00 Approx $1130.05, €1043.12

Edwardian 18ct gold Burmese Sapphire & Diamond Engagement ring. This exquisite Ring with a fantastic natural old cushion cut Burmese Sapphire  measuring approx - 5.6mm by 4.7mm. On either side of which you have two natural bright white old regency cut Diamonds each measure approx - 3.6mm by 3mm. This beautiful old cuts give the stones the character and life you only can find in Antique rings. All stones are set into lovely coloured yellow gold and hallmarked with the makers mark and stamped for 18ct gold. This ring is in absolutely excellent condition with barely any wear to the stones and no chips , no thinning to the band. This ring would make a perfect Antique engagement ring. Ring Size UK N, U.S  6 1/2 the total weight is 3.2g. 

Please Check Sizes And Weights As JEWELLERY IMAGES ARE ENLARGED. Dark areas are reflections on the gold. 

BUY WITH CONFIDENCE: I try to accurately describe my items. I never knowingly mis-sell any item, so please read the description carefully. All items are checked by a professional Jeweller for authenticity; however no certificates are provided. If for any reason the item is found not to be genuine or as described a full refund will be given. So please buy with confidence. 

Your jewellery will come in a modern gift box and not necessarily the one in the photograph. 

Please also note that Antique and Vintage items will show some signs of wear commensurate  with age.

Returns are accepted however buyer must pay return postage.

Finally - by purchasing a Used /Vintage/ Antique ring you are recycling a beautiful piece of jewellery and gemstone. In buying a ring which has been in circulation for this long is the most environmentally ethical way to purchase jewellery. Purchasing antique jewellery allows you to both support smaller local businesses and but encouraging the reuse of the vast amount of timeless jewels that are already in circulation and reduces the demand for further stripping of our planets resources.