At a glance...
Size: UK N.5 / US 7.25 / EU 54.5
Material: 18ct Gold & Platinum
Marks: 18ct & Plat
Weight: 3.27 grams
Principal Stone: Zircon
Principal Cut: Emerald Step Cut
Est Weight: 2.8cts
Second Stone: Diamond
Second Cut: Transitional Cut
Est Weight: 0.20cts
Case: Recycled Kraft Ring Box
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A wonderful 1940s ring featuring a central emerald cut blue zircon stone, flanked at either side by two transitional cut diamonds. The band of this retro three stone ring is fashioned from 18ct yellow gold, and the stones are set in platinum.
Zircons are Earth mined stones (not to be confused with man-made cubic zirconia) that have a fabulous lustre and shine wonderfully. They are brittle, and you will notice the facet edges of this stone are abraded. That is to be expected on a ring of this age. You will also notice the claws around the zircon are not overly tight - again this is to be expected but the stone will not fall out.
The transitional cut diamonds are named so because they were manufactured during that era when the round brilliant diamond proportions hadn't been completely perfected, but were improving as lighting shifted from candelight to electric.
Your vintage zircon three stone ring is supplied in our recycled kraft ring box (not the antique ring box shown in the photos) along with our tailored gemstone care guide. UK delivery is fast and free via Royal Mail.
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All carat weights, colour grades and clarity grades are our very best estimates. Metals are checked for authenticity, and any detectable stone treatments disclosed.
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