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Antique Edwardian ring 2.7ct ruby no heat cushion cut diamonds gold Cert (7260)

Antique Edwardian ring 2.7ct ruby no heat cushion cut diamonds gold Cert (7260)

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Antique Edwardian Belle Epoque ring. 18k gold, diamonds, ruby. Made in England, United Kingdom circa 1910.
Comes in original box.
Certificate from London, UK Gemological Certification Services (see below note) as well as independent gemological appraisal.
Unisex - suitable for a man or a woman.

Measurements: Weight is 5.0 grams. US size 6.5 - 7. Bezel measures 15mm X 12.5mm. Ruby 2.7ct. 0.93ct diamonds.

Description : Classic design with a central, rectangular, cushion cut natural ruby. The ruby was certified by the London Gemological Certification Services and is guaranteed as natural and showing no signs of heat. It originates in Thailand (Siam). The ruby is a beautiful deep red color that glows and darkens as the light catches it and is full of life and mystery.
This beautiful ruby is surrounded by a ring of small and bright Old European cut diamonds. Very finely set, entirely in gold.
Shoulders of ring divided into 4 foliate arms that lead to a simple gold shank.
Comes in original ring box.
This is one of the most stunning rings I've seen. Classic, elegant, suitable for day or night wear.

Marks and Metal: No marks. Gold was acid tested to ensure metal purity.

Condition: Good with negligible wear commensurate with age. Please see enlarged pictures and don't hesitate to ask questions which we will do our best to answer. Certificate.

Note about pictures and color: on my screen the color of the ruby in some of the pictures, looks lighter and more pink than what I see with my eyes (which see darker and more red). This is caused automatically by the camera and I cannot correct it without altering the 'photos, which might not be helpful. The color of the ruby in the box (picture #7) looks closest to reality (more red and less pink).

UK Gemological certificate is being mailed to us from London. Meanwhile, we have a copy of it available to new owner.  

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