Lot 4 (Jewellery, 4th November 2018)

AN EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY DIAMOND THREE STONE RING

Sold for £3,600


Condition report
Centre stone = very approximately 7.5x5mm.
Side stones =  very approximately 5.5x4mm. 
In worn condition, generally scratched.
To the naked eye:
Noticeable grey tint to the stones, mainly the centre stone.
No inclusions visible. 
Under magnification:
Very slight white pinpoint inclusions visible in each stone. 
Stones abraded and slightly chipped to the girdle. 
Paste like substance underneath setting.
Claws generally worn.
All stones intact. 

 

EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY DIAMOND THREE STONE RING,
the central diamond of approximately 1.18 carats, flanked by two smaller diamonds of approximately 0.65 carats each, marked PLATINUM, size N 1/2, 3.8g

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