Antique half pearl ring dating to the turn of the 20th century. Three creamy white split pearls are claw set in a graduated style. Each pearl is held in multiple fine prongs which create a crown design from the side. The pearls have good lustre and are mounted on a slender band. The band is widest near the split pearls and narrows at the back. This ring has a very pretty shank which is tri-wire in appearance with attractive bevelled edges. It's widest at the top and bottom edges with a step up to the centre. Circa 1890s - 1910, British in origin.
Pearls: half-pearls of a creamy white colour measuring approx 4.8 mm, 5.85 mm, 4.8 mm.
Stamped 18ct. Professionally tested and assessed as 18 carat yellow gold throughout.
Size: UK - N; US - 6.75; EU - 17,1. This ring can be resized between L / 5.75 / 16,25 and Q / 8.25 / 18,25. We will our our best to match the tri-wire design if we resize, though there may be some evidence of resizing at the palm side that's unavoidable. Sizing available for an additional fee.
Measures approx 6.55 mm by 16 mm on top by 6.20 mm deep. 1.5 mm band.
Weighs 2.95 grams.