Antique 18ct Yellow Gold, Platinum and Diamond Lozenge Ring
A gorgeous little ring made in that classic and most coveted delicate platinum and diamond style, sometime between the Edwardian to Art Deco eras. The ring has a lozenge shaped setting that's been tipped in platinum and in which 6 small single cut diamonds sit, decorated by millegrain beading. The remainder of the ring is fashioned from 18ct yellow gold and is in excellent condition for its age, with a small amount of thinning to the band, but nothing excessive. Inside the band are stamps for '18CT' and 'PLAT'. The perfect little piece of antique jewellery, that would have been treasured when it was made, and ever since. Now looking for a new finger to call home.
- Size: UK P.5 / USA 8.25 / EU 57
- Age: 1900-1920
- Material: 18ct Gold + Platinum
- Setting Size: 1.2cm x 6mm
- Marks: 18ct + Plat
- Weight: 2.10 grams
- Principal Stone: Diamond
- Principal Cut: single (Eight) Cut
- Est Weight: 0.12ct
Case: Modern Ring Box
All stone weights and grades are our best estimates. Metals are checked for authenticity, and any detectable or assumed stone treatments are disclosed.