Antique Edwardian 18k yellow gold .12 ct mine cut diamond wedding band ring, size 8-1/2. Measures 6.4mm in width, band tapers to 2.5mm at the back of the ring shank, weighs 3.3 grams. Features very deeply hand carved scroll work on the shoulders, one 2.5mm diameter and two 2mm diameter old mine cut diamonds, .12 carat total weight. Typical of old miners, the diamonds are out of round with irregular facet patterns. They have nice sparkle and face up beautifully. Very pretty on the hand, would work well as a wedding band, or as a stacking ring. Not hallmarked, carefully tested and guaranteed minimum 18k solid gold content/purity. There is a maker/manufacturing mark inside. In excellent well cared for condition, circa 1900-1910.
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