A classic Edwardian early 20th century 18ct yellow gold diamond and sapphire ring, set with two round cut sapphire gemstones and three sparkling diamonds in an alternating pattern within an openwork claw setting! Polished shoulders compliment the beautiful Edwardian features of this ring. Ring width measurement; 6mm. Ring size O.5. Birmingham, 1905.
Condition Report; Ring in overall good condition, with wear consistent to age, Principal diamond old-cut, side diamonds rose-cut, Sapphires are fairly well matched for colour, Maker’s marks for Nathan Brothers, Evidence of sympathetic repair/strengthening of some claws.
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|Metal Colour||Yellow Gold|
|Weight (Metal weights are approximate and based on calculated averages)||2.13|
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