An Edwardian ruby and diamond cluster ring, the oval-cut ruby with estimated weight of 1 carat, accompanied by GCS Report stating to be of Burmese origin with no indication of heating, vertically set between two old brilliant-cut diamonds each estimated to weigh 0.35 carats, with ten further old-cut diamonds forming a cluster, diamonds estimated to weigh a total of 1.1 carats, set in platinum and 14ct yellow gold, circa 1910, head measuring 1.7×1.4cm, finger size N1/2, gross weight 3.3 grams.
This striking Edwardian ring, made in around 1910, is truly stunning. The impressive central Burmese ruby is the focal point of this ring: it is a wonderful stone with a bright and vivid colour. Surrounding this ruby are twelve lively diamonds that form a lozenge shape around the oval ruby. While the superb ruby is the focal point of this ring, the diamonds add to the splendour of the piece. This piece would make a perfect and unique engagement ring.
An Edwardian ruby and diamond cluster ring, the oval-cut ruby with estimated weight of 1 carat, accompanied by GCS Report stating to be of Burmese origin with no indication of heating, vertically set between two old brilliant-cut diamonds each estimated ...
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