This is an exquisite Edwardian 9ct gold 5-stone ruby and turquoise gemstone ring in which the gemstones are set in an alternating configuration. The ring is claw-set with a central ruby gemstone of size 2.0mm which is housed into a lozenge shaped panel. This is flanked by 2 cabochon turquoise gemstones, each of size 1.5mm and also claw-set into the ring. These are further flanked by 2 small ruby gemstones(size 1.25mm), arranged into heart shaped panels. There are decorative simulated 'leaf scroll markings' above and below the gemstones, creating decorative 'scalloped' outer borders. This enhances the appearance and character of the ring. The maximum width of the head of the ring is 8.0mm. There is a full striking Chester 9ct gold assay hallmark for the year 1907 on the inside circumference of the shank. Size 'Q-R'(UK), 8.75(US). Weighs 1.8 grams. The ring is in exceptional condition throughout with genuine gemstones, no repairs and a full hallmark to authenticate its year of manufacture. The ring exhibits a lovely contrast between the gemstones.