An elegant and effortless late Edwardian ring, made with an 18ct yellow gold band and white gold top setting, housing fiery old cut diamonds in the centre.
The old cut diamonds are set into a classic daisy cluster of 5 old cut diamonds, plus one small diamond either side of the flower. In total, gives a carat weight of 0.30ct all up. Varying roughly from a G to H colour grading, the diamonds give off quite a white and lively brilliance.
The ring is estimated to be c1912-1920, hence identified as late Edwardian however it is right on the cusp of entering the illustrious Art Deco period, so it is quite transitional between the two time periods.
It has the delicate and floral design features of the Edwardian era, yet the small triangular cut outs on the sides is beginning to reflect the geometric flair of the Art Deco movement.
The finger size measures at N, however this ring could be adjusted a few sizes bigger or smaller to suit you for a perfect fit.
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