Victorian 18ct Gold Sapphire Diamond Trilogy Ring

Victorian 18ct Gold Sapphire Diamond Trilogy Ring

Code: Ct310


Wonderful Victorian 18ct Gold Sapphire Diamond Trilogy Ring. Beautiful row of large sapphires the largest of which measuring 5mm x 4.5mm and the two outer stones measuring 5 x 4mm. The sapphires are interspersed by four bright white old cut diamonds of 5 points each. The total diamond weight is 0.20ct. The face of the ring is quite large 18mm by 6mm. The sapphires have a lovely teal blue colour. The gold is beautifully carved with scrolls and hallmarked for 18ct. There are no date marks but the ring almost certainly dates to the late Victorian era. It is in excellent condition for its age, the shank is in good condition, the sapphires are in superb condition with no scratches or chips. There is some wear to the claws. This is a very wearable ring. Size UK R and U.S Size 8.5 the total weight is 4.1g. 

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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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