Edwardian 18ct Gold Pink Sapphire & Old Cut Diamond Upfinger Ring


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At a glance...

Size: UK O.5 / US 7.45 / EU 55.75
Age: 1900-1910
Material: 18ct Gold & Platinum
Marks: None (acid tested)
Weight: 2.4 grams
Principal Stone: Pink Sapphire
Principal Cut: Oval Mixed Cut
Est Weight: 0.36cts
Second Stone: 
Second Cut: 
Old European Cut
Est Weight: 

Tell me more...

This upfinger three stone ring is so very beautiful! She's not marked, but she looks very Edwardian in design and construction so we would place her age around 1900-1910. The pink sapphire is more than likely synthetic, while the diamonds are Earth mined stones.

Ruby/pink sapphire has been synthesized by man since the 1800s but the process became streamlined and the stones very popular in the early 1900s. It is not at all unusual to find antique jewellery featuring synthetic ruby - they were very sought after at the time. 

The gold band, the pink sapphire and the colourless sparkling old cut diamonds mingle together beautiful to create an eye catching piece of jewellery. She's not big either, like many upfinger rings, she's reasonably dainty and a perfect everyday ring.

This is a really pretty creation that is very flattering on the finger. The ring would make a lovely and unusual antique engagement ring, equally a great 'just because' piece.

Your Edwardian three stone sapphire diamond ring is supplied in our recycled kraft ring box with our tailored gemstone care card. UK delivery is fast and free via Royal Mail.


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Important Notes

All carat weights, colour grades and clarity grades are our very best estimates. Metals are checked for authenticity, and any detectable stone treatments disclosed.

Kit Clayton Jewellery is a member of the National Association of Jewellers. Insurance valuations for pieces we sell valued at over £1000 are available on request.