Wed, 5th Jun 2019 10:30

The Jewellery Auction

 
  Lot 21
 

AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY DIAMOND FIVE STONE RING

Sold for £120


Condition report
In worn condition.
Generally scratched.
Stones slightly cloudy and grey.
Both black and white inclusions visible under magnification.
All stones intact.
Personal inscription reads - J.P.M & E.S, 21.3.24

 

EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY DIAMOND FIVE STONE RING,
set with graduated old round brilliant cut diamonds totalling approximately 0.34 carats, with scroll motifs to the shoulders, marked 18CT, size M, 2.5g

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