Antique Edwardian ring in 9ct yellow gold with a green tourmaline and two opals. The round tourmaline is nicely set in the center with a square surround; the opals are framed with triangular engravings. The stones have a subtle, lovely color.
This old treasure is marked for Birmingham, 1918: gold symbols 9 and 375, an anchor, and small letter "t", with the maker's mark TL. It measures 3/16" north to south in front, tapering to 1/16" in back. There is a little thinning to the band.
The ring is in very good condition with gentle wear to the gold, including some light surface scratches, seen with a loupe; the stones are in fine condition with no chips or scratches. It is size 6-1/2.