This gorgeous diamond and sapphire ring is composed of a band of gemstones; three natural cornflower blue sapphires and two old European cut diamonds. Most likely British, the Edwardian era ring is marked on the interior of the band with 18ct. The gemstones are beautifully arranged, raised and supported by platinum prongs. The platinum is a nice detail that enhances the luminosity of these stones. Platinum fronts were also a hallmark of Edwardian-era jewelry. The center sapphire gemstone, nicely saturated, measures approximately 4mm in size. The other stones, arranged in descending order, measure approximately 3mm in size. There are a total of two diamonds and three natural sapphires. The sapphires have naturally occurring inclusions, visible only with a loop. The ring is a size 8-1/2 with a nice slender band; the ring can be easily resized. The ring weighs a total of 2 grams and it is in great condition for its age.