Edwardian Burma Ruby Diamond Gold Ring

It was in the autumn when he knocked on her front door. The leaves had just begun to change and the air was crisp, bright, and cool. Typically, he would just walk in, as they had been dating for nearly a year. She cautiously opened the door, and saw him dressed to the nines with a bouquet of lilies in his hand. She smiled at the surprise, excited to see so many of her favorite flower. He led her around to the woods on the side of her house. Hanging on a red ribbon from a low branch of a maple tree was a ring, as beautiful and cheerful as the season, tied to the end with a bow.

Three pidgeon blood red rubies are the stars of this goreous Edwardian ring. This English rose is set with three untreated Burmese rubies, the center stone measures 5.8 x 5.2 x 3.5 mm and weighs approximately .8 carats, the other two rubies measure 4.5 x 3.8 x 2.4 and weigh approximately .32 carats each. The total weight of the rubies is approximately 1.45 carats. Set in between the rubies are four old European cut diamonds of 2 mm diameter which weigh approximately .2 carats total. The stones are set into a lovely 18 karat gold ring which is fully hallmarked and was hand crafted in Birmingham, England in 1904, it also bears the makers mark 'A&Co' for famed English maker Asprey and Company. The ring is a size 7.5 US and could be resized slightly.The face of this ring is 6.5 x 18.6 x 5.4 mm. This ring weighs 3.8 grams.

This perfect ring will be the ring she brags about forever, whether for a unique engagement ring, or a surprise just-because gift.

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