AC Silver is located in Newcastle, UK
0.35ct Diamond & 14ct White Gold Dress Ring c.1930
REF: A7662 / LA223614
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This fine and impressive antique four stone diamond ring has been crafted in crafted in 14 ct white gold. The elongated, pierced decorated settings is ornamented with four pavé set transitional modern brilliant round cut diamonds, graduated in size. The sides of the setting are fenestrated. The flared, subtly elevated ring shoulders integrate with the main setting and blend seamlessly with the plain ring shank. The ring is hallmarked to the interior of the shank with the 14 ct gold fineness mark (585). This impressive antique 1930's dress ring is supplied with an independent diamond grading report card. Diamond Quality Colour (average grades) G Clarity (average grades) VS2-SI1 Cut Transitional modern brilliant round Content (total) 0.35 carat Dimensions Length of setting 4.10mm/0.16" Width of setting 1.33cm/0.52" Height of setting 2.88mm/0.11" Ring Size UK Size N 1/2 USA Size 6 3/4 The ring size may be professionally adjusted in size on request to meet your personal requirements.
AC Silver has clarified that the 0.35ct Diamond & 14ct White Gold Dress Ring c.1930 (LA223614) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being Circa 1930
This antique four stone ring is fine quality set with very well colour matched, very high colour graded round cut diamonds. The ring is a very good gauge of gold and is in excellent condition with clear hallmarks to the interior of the shank.
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0.35ct Diamond & 14ct White Gold Dress Ring c.1930 is located in Newcastle, UK