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Lot 24 (Jewellery Online, starts 22nd November 2019 12:00, ending 16th December 2019 20:00)


Sold for £650

Condition report

In generally worn condition. 
Requires cleaning. 
Faint noticeable yellow tint to the stone. 
White inclusions visible to the naked eye. 
Small black inclusions visible under magnification. 
Side stones of a good white colour. Too small to further analyse. 
All stones intact. 


the central round brilliant cut diamond of approximately 1.01 carats, with accompanying EGL USA certificate stating colour grade L, clarity grade SI3, bordered by smaller round brilliant cut diamonds, in eighteen carat white gold, size L 1/2, 2.3g

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