Edwardian Diamond Half-Hoop Ring
Sleek and streamlined antique five-stone ring dating from the early 20th century, circa 1910. It's crafted in 18ct gold, set with bright and lively old European cut diamonds, graduated in size and totalling 62pts of a carat. The gallery is deeply engraved with swirling, scroll-like motifs that continue down the shoulders, and the stones are set over platinum to accentuate their icy white colour. This type of ring is known as a navette or "boat" ring on account of the boat-shaped head.
Era: Edwardian, circa 1910
Head: 16.4mm by 4.7mm
Ring size: Q or 8.25 US. Resizable for £35
Stones: Old European cut diamonds. F/G colour, VS/SI clarity (approx.) - 0.62ct total
Marks: Stamped 18ct
Condition: Great antique condition
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Gemstones are tested by an accredited gemmologist (Cert GA, Gemmological Association of Great Britain)
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We offer detailed and accurate condition reports on each listing. These pieces are antique, vintage, or pre-loved, often over 100 years old so they're going to have lived a life. A healthy patina and the odd scuff/scrape are quite normal... it's part of their charm! Everything we present has been checked over by our jeweller and should be good for wear for many years to come (unless otherwise stated) but please remember to treat them with appropriate care and consideration for their age.
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