Vintage 1940s diamond wedding ring. This lovely two tone ring is claw set with seven diamonds across the top. The diamonds are old single cuts with fewer facets then modern cut melee and some of them have little open culets! The diamonds are bead set in a protective illusion style which keeps them from rubbing on any other band and serves to make them appear larger. At either side the white top comes to a triangle design which holds a small engraved bead and leads to a knife edge shank. Circa 1940s.
Diamonds: 7, single cut, approx 0.14 carats total.
Stamped 14K PD Top. Professionally tested and assessed as 14 carat yellow gold with the diamonds set into a palladium top.
Size: UK - N.5; US - 7; EU - 17,3. This ring can be sized between K.5 / 5.5 / 16,1 and P / 7.75 / 17,9. Sizing available for an additional fee.
Measures approx 3.45mm by 14.6 mm on top by 2 mm deep. 1.4 mm at back centre.
Weighs 1.4 grams.