Three and five stone rings were so popular during the late Victorian and Edwardian eras that it's a wonder they produced anything else in the bustling jewelry centers of England. They come in all different combinations of diamond, sapphire, ruby, emerald, opal and amethyst, and all manner of gems. This is a great example of a five stone diamond and ruby ring, something that has not declined much in popularity in the hundred plus years since.
This hand crafted ring was made in 18 karat gold in the year 1900. Two bright and clear faceted rubies and three old cut diamonds wink and sparkle away in its buttery golden mount. This ring has just enough detail to make it really special without being fussy. It would make a great engagement ring, wedding band or anniversary band. The rubies each measures 5x4x2.5 mm and weighs about .35 carats, so a total of 0.70 carats in rubies in the ring. The diamonds are Old European cuts and weigh about 0.65 carats in total. This ring measures 5.8 mm north to south and 18 mm across at the front, it sits 4.3 mm off the finger and narrows to 2.3 mm at the back of the band. This ring is fully hallmarked with marks showing that it was made in Chester, England in the year 1900 of 18 karat gold, it is a size 8.5 and weighs 4.1 grams.
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