A fabulous antique Edwardian ring from the early 1900s set with two cherry-pink rubies (approx. 0.22ct each) with four twinkling old mine cut diamonds nestled in between (approx. 0.12ct total).
Ruby is the birthstone of July. They’ve been a favourite of kings and emperors throughout history and are considered a stone of the heart. Its fiery pink/ red hue is symbolic of passion and said to bring good fortune in love and provide long lasting happiness and vitality to any relationship.
The band is modelled in 18ct gold and sits flat against the finger with the stones set within a navette face with ornate shoulder accents on either side. It’s in excellent condition and complete with Birmingham hallmarks that date it to 1902.
WEIGHT: 5 grams
MEASURES: Size P ½ (UK), 8 ¼ (US) - Can be sized, we offer this service for free, it takes approx. 1-2 weeks to complete.
FACE MEASURES: Height 7mm x Width 16mm x Depth 2mm
METAL: 18ct Gold (Stamped)
STONES: Rubies (3 x 4mm, approx. 0.22ct each), Diamonds (approx. 0.12ct total)
AGE: Edwardian. (Dated 1902)
MARKS: Birmingham hallmarks, 18ct stamp, Maker’s mark (S&D)
ITEM NUMBER: 23-692
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