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Vintage 18ct Gold Diamond & Pearl Bypass Ring

Our Reference: KCJ062

At a glance...

Size: UK N.5 / US 7.25 / EU 54.75
Age: 1930-1940
Material: 18ct Gold & Platinum
Marks: None
Weight: 3.3 grams
Principal Stone: Diamond
Principal Cut: Transitional Cut
Est Weight: 0.33ct
Est Colour: K-L
Est Clarity: SI2
Second Stone: Diamond
Second Cut: Rose Cuts
Second Est Weight: 0.12cts

Tell me more...

This is a beautiful ring, probably European in origin, and featuring a transitional cut diamond of 0.33ct set in a 'bypass' band.

The diamond is flanked by two small cultured pearls in a trilogy design, and 8 graduated rose cut diamonds decorate the platinum tipped shoulders. The total diamond weight of this piece is an estimated 0.45ct.

Transitional cut diamonds are named so because they were manufactured during that era when the modern round brilliant diamond proportions hadn't been completely perfected, but were improving.

This is an incredibly romantic ring; bypass or crossover rings are said to represent two souls intertwined. This romantic connotation is further complemented by the three stone design: the past, the present and the future.

This vintage diamond and pearl 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

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.