Lot 517 (Jewellery, 14th March 2018)
Sold for £100
In worn condition with scratches and general signs of wear to the shank.
Central opal is scuffed and has slight chips to the surface.
One small opal has cracked in half – partially missing.
To the naked eye, the diamonds are of a good white colour.
One cleavage inclusion is visible to the naked eye in one stone.
Under magnification, further small black and white inclusions are visible in both stones.
Personal inscription to the shank.
EIGHTEEN CARAT GOLD OPAL AND DIAMOND DRESS RING set with a central oval opal 5mm long and flanked by two round brilliant cut diamonds totalling approximately 0.20 carats and with two smaller round opals to the outside, size M, 3.2g
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