Antique 18k Edwardian Diamond Ring Hallmarked Birmingham, England 1913

Even a casual gardener would see the beauty that I see in this ring. Straight on, this ring reminds me of of a delicious sugar snap pea split open! Except that this sparkly pea looks like a professional gardener grew it! Maybe Midas? 

This sweet Edwardian delight is filled with 5 graduated diamonds which add up to approximately 0.25 carats total. The diamonds are all beautiful bright Old Europeans Mine cuts. This ring is fully hallmarked with the English assay marks for Birmingham, England where it was made and the letter code for 1913. It is also stamped '18' for 18k gold and bears the makers mark 'J.J&S'. No doubt originally given as a gift of love and affection, it is inscribed on the inside of the shank with cursive engraving which reads 'H.G.A to J.M.Mc.B'. With it's flowing, scrolling lines, it follows the organic Art Nouveau look prevalent in that time period. It weighs 2.7 grams and is a size 8.5. It could be carefully sized up or down by a skilled jeweler with an eye towards preserving the hallmarks.

This would make a classical and sweet wedding or engagement ring or just something to show your affection, like the first giver did 99 years ago!

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Item ID:RGC11978G



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