Antique Victorian 5 Stone Diamond Wedding Band, Dated 1889

     Three and five stone rings were so popular during the late Victorian era that it's a wonder they produced anything else in Birmingham. They often come in a combination of diamond and sapphire or ruby, and sometimes, like this lovely ring, they were all diamond. This is a great example of a three stone diamond ring, something that has not declined much in popularity in the hundred plus years since.

     Set in 18 karat gold, five lovely and lively cushion cut diamonds sparkle away. 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.  Its low profile would make it an excellent choice for someone who uses their hands a lot or is otherwise hard on rings.  

     This ring is fully hallmarked with the mark of '18' for 18 karat gold, the anchor for Birmingham and a fancy 'p', the letter code for the year 1889. Currently, this ring is a size 7, it could be resized a little bit. It weighs 3.1 grams. The diamonds add up to .35 carats and the ring overall measures 6 mm north to south, 13.5 mm across and sits 2.0 mm off the finger.

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 SKU: RGA18507VA

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