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Beautifully defined is this saltwater pearl and diamond ring unfolding an elegance that Edwardian era jewellery has in its core, romance reigns true with the poetic suggestion of a meaningful infinite symbol.
Edwardian aesthetics take precious metals and diamonds to create an item of jewelry art. As distinctive as you are, this antique ring isn’t one you will see again.
Quite distinctive open work incorporates sensual curves and precise details in an artful ring. Sinuous symmetry incorporates the infinite symbol on vertical orientation, elegant mounting conveys a sense of “being alive” within a harmonious balance of forms.
Centering is a shimmering cultured saltwater pearl, blessed with a fabulous round shape and lovely luster, measuring approx 4.7 mm in diameter.
Vertically oriented to flatter the finger curvilinear shapes and contours of rhythmic content set with sixty-six (66) old cut and and single cut diamonds for the smallest totalling approx .98 Ct, all are brilliant and aglitter.
Delicate design, flat profile accent the mounting in a vision of sophistication and dream, setting such this take your breath away and can not be reproduced today, fineness of metal, proportion and delicacy are unrivalled.
Artfully crafted in 18 Kt yellow gold and platinum top, tested.
Very good overall condition commensurate to use and age.
18 Kt yellow gold and platinum top, tested
1 saltwater cultured pearl of approx 4.7 mm in diameter; 66 old cut diamonds totalling approx .98 Ct by spread (VS/SI-D/E)
head of the ring is 23 mm x 12.5 mm (hxw); sits 2 mm high on the finger and 6 mm high including pearl ;
very good overall condition, wear consistent with use and age, signs of previous resize