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AN EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY PEARL AND DIAMOND RING

Sold for £65


Condition report
In generally worn condition. 
Pearl has taken on a yellow tone. 
Lines visible within the pearl. 
Diamonds grey in colour to the naked eye.
Black pinpoint inclusions visible in each. 
Too small to further analyse. 
All stones intact.

 

EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY PEARL AND DIAMOND RING,
set with a central pearl flanked by round old cut diamonds, marked 18, size P 1/2, 3.6g

Bidders must assume that diamonds and coloured gem stones (including ruby, emerald, sapphire, peridot, aquamarine) may have undergone a form of treatment unless otherwise stated. It should not be assumed that any diamond or coloured gem is untreated or is natural, unless accompanied by a gemmological laboratory certificate (which would be mentioned in the description). McTear’s will only describe gold/platinum/silver as such when a full UK standard set of hallmarks is present on the object. Other marks such as foreign import stamps will be noted in the description. As required by the Auctioneers Scheme, 20% vat will be applied to the hammer price on the sale of loose stones, which applies to diamonds, emeralds, rubies and sapphires and those lots are marked with **.