Edwardian Platinum Topped 18kt Diamond Ring .25ct
A gorgeous diamond ring from the Edwardian (ca1910) era! The ring, which is has an ornate rectangular face, is made of 18kt yellow gold, topped in platinum. The center of the ring holds a prong set diamond which weighs approximately .25ct, has color of I, and clarity of SI1. Set around the center stone are 14 old Mine Cut diamonds, and 2 more diamonds can be found bezel set on the shoulders of the mounting. All 16 diamonds have a total approximate weight of .75ct tw. The mounting of the ring is absolutely stunning with unique wirework, cutouts, and milgrain detailing. The shank of the ring is a vibrant yellow gold, which looks great against the platinum. This ring would be perfect for the Edwardian jewelry collector!
Measurements: The ring has a finger size of a large 6.5 but it could easily be resized. The face of the ring measures 1” tall, slightly more than 5/8” wide, and less than 1/8” deep.
Condition: The overall condition of the ring is excellent. Besides normal surface wear, there is no apparent damage to the platinum or the gold, and all of the stones are intact.