Edwardian Belle Epoque Diamond & Emerald Platinum Ring

Red Carpet Ready! This absolutely breathtaking Edwardian Belle Epoque Diamond and Emerald Platinum Ring is the ultimate pointer or middle finger ring. It's a show stopper!

25 cascading (1 ctw) Old European Cut Diamonds (H/I - J/K) of varying sizes, create a stunning Floral / Feather motif along one's finger. Each end of the ring is topped-off with a .25 to .30 Old European Cut Diamond (H/I VS and measuring approx. 4.5 mm by 4.7 mm and 4.2 mm by 4.5 mm) only adding to the already incredible sparkle that the smaller diamonds emanate.

But it doesn't stop there - front and center is a .30 carat lush Emerald of vibrant green that is set off to perfection by the surrounding diamonds. Bringing this ring to completion perfectly.

The Platinum is also articulated beautifully (even to the back of the ring's mount) adding dimension to this ring's appeal. The ring measures 1" (north/south) along the finger by 5/8" (east/west) at the widest. US ring size 6. Weight of ring is 5.5 grams (3.6 dwt). Please note that the stones have not been removed from their mount so all carat measurements are estimates. There is very minute surface wear and a nibble to one edge of the Emerald that can only be seen under magnification - see photoes for reference. Ring stamped for Platinum, stamp is worn - see photos for reference - and dates circa 1910. Truly one-of-a-kind piece for any collection!

Item ID: RL00037


Gender: Female, Age Group: Adult, Color: Green & Platinum, Size: US Ring Size 6

Edwardian Belle Epoque Diamond & Emerald Platinum Ring

Edwardian Belle Epoque Diamond & Emerald Platinum Ring
Edwardian Belle Epoque Diamond & Emerald Platinum Ring
Edwardian Belle Epoque Diamond & Emerald Platinum Ring
Edwardian Belle Epoque Diamond & Emerald Platinum Ring
Edwardian Belle Epoque Diamond & Emerald Platinum Ring
Edwardian Belle Epoque Diamond & Emerald Platinum Ring
Edwardian Belle Epoque Diamond & Emerald Platinum Ring
Edwardian Belle Epoque Diamond & Emerald Platinum Ring
Edwardian Belle Epoque Diamond & Emerald Platinum Ring

Red Carpet Ready! This absolutely breathtaking Edwardian Belle Epoque Diamond and Emerald Platinum Ring is the ultimate pointer or middle finger ring. It's a show stopper!

25 cascading (1 ctw) Old European Cut Diamonds (H/I - J/K) of varying sizes, create a stunning Floral / Feather motif along one's finger. Each end of the ring is topped-off with a .25 to .30 Old European Cut Diamond (H/I VS and measuring approx. 4.5 mm by 4.7 mm and 4.2 mm by 4.5 mm) only adding to the already incredible sparkle that the smaller diamonds emanate.

But it doesn't stop there - front and center is a .30 carat lush Emerald of vibrant green that is set off to perfection by the surrounding diamonds. Bringing this ring to completion perfectly.

The Platinum is also articulated beautifully (even to the back of the ring's mount) adding dimension to this ring's appeal. The ring measures 1" (north/south) along the finger by 5/8" (east/west) at the widest. US ring size 6. Weight of ring is 5.5 grams (3.6 dwt). Please note that the stones have not been removed from their mount so all carat measurements are estimates. There is very minute surface wear and a nibble to one edge of the Emerald that can only be seen under magnification - see photoes for reference. Ring stamped for Platinum, stamp is worn - see photos for reference - and dates circa 1910. Truly one-of-a-kind piece for any collection!

Item ID: RL00037


Gender: Female, Age Group: Adult, Color: Green & Platinum, Size: US Ring Size 6

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Susan Cohen, Pasadena, CA   

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