A fully hallmarked 18ct gold ring, set with three round brilliant cut diamonds. The diamonds are set in 18ct white gold illusion settings, meaning they are set within engraved white setting which catch the light and make the diamonds appear bigger. The central diamond weighs approximately 0.15ct, with the outer diamonds weighing approximately 0.07ct each. The shoulders of the ring are decoratively engraved so they also appear to be set with small diamonds. The head of the ring is attached to an 18ct yellow gold shank.
The ring is in good vintage condition, with some general wear and tear and scratches to the metal. It is fully hallmarked London 1968 on the inside of the shank, with the makers mark WLᴰ. It also has a serial number engraved on the inside of the shank, reading R11962.
Ring size: UK J 1/2, US 5.25, Europe 50,
Head of Ring Width: 0.55 inches / 0.13 cm, Height: 0.2 inches / 0.5 cm, Depth: 0.2 inches / 0.5 cm.
Ring Shank: 0.08 inches / 0.02 cm
Weight: 3.4 Grams / 2.2 Pennyweight
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