A fabulous Edwardian ring c1910, which really is an extraordinarily beautiful design. It incorporates some of the most beautiful features of Edwardian rings for me…the crossover element to the band and the way the four diamonds (unusual not to have the usual trilogy) sit in their wonderfully hand-etched star settings in platinum. This really enhances the look of the diamonds, making them look larger, which is why they were often called “illusion” settings.
I love the organic, wave effect of the way the diamonds slope on your finger. It is a low, sleek ring which will not snag on clothes so much and it feels fabulous on the finger because of this. Pleasingly it is stamped for both the 18ct gold and the platinum. The stamps are the old English ones, helping to locate the ring historically in the Edwardian era. There is also a maker’s stamp and a serial number.
A very affordable way to achieve a statement Edwardian ring in the fine materials….especially as the hand-etched settings really enhance the diamonds to give it a more punchy impact. I love it!
It measures as approx UK size L.5 (US size 6).Ready to wear-in excellent condition. The box in the images is for demonstration only, however, if you do wish to purchase an antique ring box for me to put her in-just contact me and I will try to help.
I will send by Tracked and Signed delivery. Many thanks.