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Victorian 18ct Gold Ruby & Diamond Five Stone Ring

£1,425.00
Our Reference: KCJ099

At a glance...

Size: UK Q / US 8.25 / EU 57.5
Age: 1899
Material: 18ct Yellow Gold
Marks: Birmingham Hallmark
Weight: 3.75 grams
Principal Stone: Ruby
Principal Cut: Oval Mixed
Est Weight: 0.75cts
Second Stone: Diamond
Second Cut: Old European Cut
Second Est Weight: 0.45cts

Tell me more...

A delightful antique ring, made in a very typical design of the late Victorian era, with gemstones set in a carved head. There are A LOT of gemstones in this ring. Three rubies - of which the central stone is large at 0.54cts. Two very good sized old European cut diamonds. And then 6 diamond chips/basic rose cuts dotted about the head. The owner of this ring back in the day spent a pretty penny on it!

A beautifully decorative ring made by a talented goldsmith of the time. All stones in this ring are securely set and the diamonds are in great condition. There are abrasions to the facet edges of the rubies as to be expected on a ring of this age. 

Overall - a superb antique ring and an explosion of colour and brightness on the finger. This ring and diamond five stone ring will be 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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Questions? Please get in touch, we'd love to hear from you! You can email us at info@kitclayton.com or call us on 0207 846 0254. We do not have a shop you can visit as we operate online only, however we do have a very fair returns policy so you can purchase with confidence.

Important Notes

Gemstones cannot be accurately graded or weighed when set in jewellery so all carat weights, colour grades and clarity grades are our best estimates. Metals and stones are checked for authenticity, and any treatments disclosed.

Your jewellery will arrive in a display box made from recycled card. We only package using recycled materials, and we think this compliments your ethical vintage purchase perfectly.

A written valuation is provided for all individual jewellery pieces priced at £1000 or more.