Lot 17 (Jewellery, 8th April 2018)
Sold for £300
In worn condition with general signs of wear all over.
The central stone is of a good white colour with a slight yellow tint.
Chipped beside one claw.
Where it is chipped, there are two large dark inclusions visible to the naked eye.
Under magnification, slight white inclusions are visible.
Also chipped to the girdle.
The small diamond chips are grey in colour with some being very dark.
All claws intact.
All stones secure.
MID TWENTIETH CENTURY DIAMOND THREE STONE RING set with a central round brilliant cut diamond of approximately 0.40 carats flanked by two smaller diamonds, in a twist setting on diamond shoulders, marked 18CT PLAT, size N, 2.8g
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