Description: There is no other period of time that produced more beautiful jewelry than the Edwardian period, and this ring is a perfect example of that craftsmanship. The platinum (stamped and tested), navette shape mounting holds a beautiful, 1.62 carat old European-cut diamond, light fancy yellow and VS1 clarity, in the center. There are six (6) old European-cut diamonds, three (3) on each end, with a total diamond weight of approximate .25 carats, VS2 - SI2 clarity, and G-H color. Total diamond weight is 1.87 carats. The shank is hand engraved and all edges are millegrained . The under gallery is filigree with a "swag" and "V" motif. What a truly rare find!
Period: Edwardian (1901 - 1914), this ring is circa 1910.
Hallmarks: 10% I. P. (for iridium and platinum).
Measurements/Size: 19.0 millimeters (mm) long x 9.0 mm wide, it is a finger size 5 1/4 (and can be sized up or down), and weighs 4.15 grams.
Condition: Excellent, this mounting has had the prongs re-tipped.