One look at this ring and you'll never be able to think of daisies as an ordinary flower again! A pattern of old mine cut diamonds with a center sapphire makes this flower really sparkle. That alone would be enough to make this ring an exquisite catch, but take a closer look because it is the details that really make this ring spectacular. Instead of a simple bezel setting, drops of pure platinum land and form rows of stamens crowded adoringly around the sapphire center. Finishing it all off is the shank of 18kt gold, a simple ridge running along its golden lines. Bring spring into any season when you bring this ring home!
Condition: Excellent antique condition. Stones are well set and tight, I can't find any defects to report. Marked `18ct' (or 18kt), `P' for platinum, a maker's mark `K&D' and the number `289'. The ring is a size 6 ¼ and can be easily resized. Circa 1910.
Item ID: 0152
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