Three-stone Edwardian diamond ring in 18-carat gold from about 1920

AU$7,000.00

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Three-stone diamond rings are back in fashion as engagement rings, I hear. For me they have never been out. 

They sit so well against a wedding band, they cost far less per carat than the equivalent quality in a single stone, and they cover more of the width of a finger, thus suiting wider fingers. 

This example from about 1920 is in a fine low bezel setting. The stones are pleasingly proportioned, with the centre diamond considerably larger at 0.50 carats, and the side stones 0.30 carats each. 

The old brilliant cuts are white and bright. And the fine millegrain edge just adds to the appeal of this Edwardian beauty. 

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• Handmade in 18-carat yellow gold with a rhodium-plated and white gold top setting

• Central old European cut diamond estimated at 0.50 carats, graded set H/SI1

• Two outer old European cut diamonds estimated to total 0.60 carats, graded set as H/SI2 & piqué 1

• Comes with an independent insurance valuation for $9,500

• Size approximately 7 1/4 or O, but easily resized free of charge

• Weight is 2.7 grams

• In excellent vintage condition

• Will come in a Karen Deakin gift box (the antique boxes are not included)

Please examine the photographs carefully – they form part of the description. 

I’d be very happy to send more information and images. Layaway available.

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