Lot 1313 (The Jewellery Auction, 21st January 2021)
Sold for £1,300
In generally worn condition.
One side stone with three large white inclusions visible to the naked eye.
The other side stone with a black and white inclusion visible.
Centre stone has been fracture filled.
All claws intact.
All stones secure.
Makers mark appears to be 'HM' within rectangle.
DIAMOND THREE STONE RING,
set with a central round brilliant cut diamond of approximately 0.76 carats flanked by two smaller diamonds of approximately 0.60 carats each, in eighteen carat gold, size M 1/2, 4.8g
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