A striking 18ct gold ring of a classic late Edwardian 'boat' style. The front of the ring is claw-set with five graduating old cut diamonds. The central diamond weighs approximately 0.07ct, and the two diamonds either side are approximately 0.05ct each. The outer diamonds weigh approximately 0.03ct each, making the total diamond content 0.23ct. The diamonds have a captivating sparkle.
The ring has a clear hallmark for Chester 1902. It has a makers mark 'I.H.' It is in very good antique condition, with general wear and tear and scratches to the metal. Through wear, the claws have worn quite flat. Please see the photographs for more details.
Ring size: UK O, US 7.25, Europe 55,
Head of Ring Width: 0.6 cm / 0.24 inches. Base width: 0.02 cm / 0.009 inches, Depth (top of ring): 0.4 cm / 0.18 inches
Weight: 2.9 Grams / 1.9 Pennyweight
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