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Edwardian era jewelry was all about femininity and elegance. For high jewelry, the palette was all about diamonds or diamonds with pearls.
Classic and timeless with that Edwardian touch which can be the personification of elegance is this diamond and pearl ring from the age of elegance.
Ethereal in its vision, a column of three saltwater antique cultured pearls matched in colour are lightened by sparkling diamonds in vertical orientation.
The provocative pearls measures approx 6 mm in diameter for the one in the middle and 5.3 mm in diameters the two set north and south, all set vertically to elongate the finger and express their wonders floating within antique diamonds.
The shimmering pearls are complemented by the sparkle of eighteen rose cut diamonds totaling approx .52 Ct by spread glittering like stars, set on platinum over gold with mill grain detailing. .
The ring has been artfully crafted during Edwardian era by a master goldsmith 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 6 mm in diameter; 2 half saltwater cultured pearls of approx 5.3 mm in diameter; 18 rose cut diamonds totalling approx .52 Ct by spread
head of the ring is 19.2 mm at widest part; sits 7 mm high from the biggest pearl;
very good overall condition