Edwardian Diamond Stacking Ring 18k Gold

$ 640.00

If there was an iconic English ring that was made during the last years of the Victorian and early years of the Edwardian era, it was this one. Always set with three gems at the center, variations on this theme included all diamonds, emeralds and diamonds, rubies and diamonds and of course sapphires and diamonds. They make excellent stacking rings, mix and match your colors, or wear all the same. They make excellent wedding bands, for men and ladies, you really can’t go wrong in any way with a ring like this one, it’s just a classic!

This unique Edwardian example is set with three fiery, round faceted Old European cut diamonds which add up to approximately .125 carats in total, along with four sparkling, rose cut diamonds accents at the corners. With beautifully hand carved, tapering floral motif shoulders, this stunning stacker was once marked with a full set of English Hallmarks, which indicate that it was made in Birmingham, England. And, although the date mark has been worn or sized out, I would confidently date it to between 1900 and 1910. This ring measures 6.7 mm from north to south at the top, sits 1.7 mm off the finger and narrows to 2.4 mm at the back of the band. This ring can be sized up or down a bit and is currently a size 5.75 US ring and weighs 2.5 grams.

I offer a 3-5 payment layaway on most items purchased for full retail price, please inquire if you are interested in setting up a layaway. Items ship when payment is complete and items purchased or payments made on layaway are eligible for store credit only.

I always want you to be happy with every aspect of your purchase. If you are not completely satisfied for any reason simply let me know and we'll work together to get the item returned for a full refund. I guarantee that my pictures and descriptions are as accurate as possible. My goal is to exceed your best expectations!


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