An absolutely exquisite 3-stone diamond and emerald ring from the Edwardian (ca1910) era! This beautiful piece is made of 18kt yellow gold, topped with platinum, and adorns a single emerald resting between 2 old Mine Cut diamonds. The oval-cut center stone is slightly larger than the outer 2 and has a total estimated weight of 1.00ct and the two diamonds have a total combined estimated weight of 0.90ctw, G/H color, VS-SI1 clarity. The emerald is bezel set in yellow gold, whereas the diamonds are each double-prong set within a cushion-shaped platinum-topped bezel. The emerald boasts luscious deep green color with a fabulous garden of inclusions which should be expected with emeralds. Each stone's setting is fit with an airline at the gallery, allowing the light to flow into each stone. The shoulders are also engraved on the sides with sweet scrolling motifs, signature to the era. It is a stunning ring which could be worn as an everyday piece or would make a unique engagement ring!
Measurements: The ring is currently a size 6 1/4 but could easily be re-sized.
Condition: The overall condition of the ring is excellent. Besides normal surface wear, there is no apparent damage to the gold and platinum setting and all three stones are intact. The emerald shows some abrasion on the surface, however, this is difficult to see without a loupe and does not affect the integrity of the stone.