Edwardian 18ct Gold Ruby Diamond Gypsy Cluster Ring

Edwardian 18ct Gold Ruby Diamond Gypsy Cluster Ring

Code: CT334


Lovely Edwardian 18ct Gold Ruby Diamond Gypsy Cluster Ring. This pretty Ring has a high quality blood red ruby at the centre measuring 4mm x 4mm surrounded by a circle of sparkly 2mm x 2mm old mine cut diamonds. All the stones are set in a lovely old claw setting with  lovely carved shoulders and on a band of 18ct gold. This ring is hallmarked for 18ct gold and Chester 1907 and dates to the Edwardian period. A classic ring which is suitable for everyday wear and which looks very pretty on the hand due to the sparkle of the stones and the beautiful colour of the ruby. The ring is in overall good condition for its age with a nick to one of the table facet edges of the ruby which cannot be seen by the naked eye. Size UK L.5 and U.S Size 6  the total weight is 3.4g. 

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

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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.

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