An Antique English 18 karat gold and oxidized silver ring with ruby and diamonds. The ring has an oval ruby with an approximate weight of 2.13 carats, and 10 old mine-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 2.00 carats. The ring is composed in a classic English Raj cluster motif with bezel-set ruby and floral bezel-set diamonds. The shoulders of the ring are composed in an open work lyre motif. SSEF Swiss Gemmological Institute Report #76870 stating no heat indications and of Burma origin, dated 29 September 2014.
Dimensions: Ring size 6-1/2; this ring can be sized.
An Antique English 18 karat gold ring with diamonds. The ring has 5 old mine-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 5.30 carats, K-L color, SI clarity. The diamond center is approximately 1.60 carats, then descending diamonds each weighing approximately 1.25, 1.15, .65 and .65 respectively. The diamonds are K/L color, SI clarity. The shoulders of the ring are carved with a flame motif which swirls into the deeply carved open work swirl gallery.
Dimensions: Ring size 9-1/2; this ring can be sized.
An Antique 18 karat yellow gold ring with emerald and diamonds. The ring has an emerald-cut emerald with an approximate total weight of .80 carat, 4 old European-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of .70 carat, and 2 rose-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of .02 carat. The ring is designed in a classic 3-stone motif. The ring shank is later.
An Antique 18 karat gold, double serpent ring with diamonds. The ring has a 2 old European-cut pear diamonds with an approximate total weight of 1.00 carat, and 4 rose-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of .04 carat. The ring is designed in a double serpent motif. Serpents and their symbolism are discussed in The Triumph of Love Jewellery 1530-1930, by Geoffrey C. Munn, Thames and Hudson, 1993,. "...this ancient symbol stressed the metaphor of eternal love. All kinds of snake jewels were popular gifts in the nineteenth century, not least because they carried this covert yet fundamental message to the recipient." Discussed in The Triumph of Love Jewellery 1530-1930, by Geoffrey Munn, Thames & Hudson, 1993.
Dimensions: Ring size 11-1/4; this ring can be sized.
An Antique silver-topped gold pendant with a diamond-studded pendant loop featuring two rings of old European-cut diamonds surrounding one exceptional, significant center stone. The center diamond is approximately 2.35 carats, surrounded by 10 old European-cut and old miners-cut diamonds with an approximate weight of 2.50 carat. There are an additional 15 old European-cut and old-miners cut diamonds on the exterior ring with an approximate weight of 7.50 carats. The detachable bail is set with 3 old European-cut and old miners-cut diamonds with an approximate weight of 0.65 carats, Overall VS-SI clarity, H-J color. This timelessly elegant piece can be worn as a pendant, a brooch or a hairpin. With fitted box.
An Edwardian ring featuring two pearls and 22 diamonds set in platinum, with an 18 karat gold shank. The two pearls, which stack up the finger, are elegantly framed by a naturalistic motif echoing the form of a clover made of pear-cut diamonds. The ring is further accented by leaf-like scroll forms studded with old European-cut stones in refined Edwardian brilliance. The diamonds have an approximate total weight of 1.5 carats.
A Victorian silver and 14 karat gold ring with diamonds. The ring has 31 old mine-cut diamonds set in silver and fetchingly arranged in three rows, with a decorative scallop edge on the band. The approximate total weight of the stones is 1.15 carats.
Dimensions: Ring size is 10 and it can be resized.
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