Antique Edwardian Columbian Emerald and Diamond Cluster Ring Circa 1910 with Certificate

Antique Edwardian Columbian Emerald and Diamond Cluster Ring Circa 1910 with Certificate

A stunning Edwardian Columbian emerald and diamond cluster ring dating from circa 1910 crafted by W. A. Perry & Co Watch Makers & Jewellers, Birmingham. A really elegant, beautiful design that reflects the best of the Edwardian era, this antique ring with a 0.30ct Columbian emerald of ‘Creme de Menthe’ colour is paired with delicate millegrain set Old Cut diamonds. With an 18ct yellow gold shank, the platinum setting displays the emerald and diamonds so well. Accompanied with a Gemmological Certification Services (London) certificate No. 81281 –13 dated 19/10/2020

EMERALD:

  • 0.30 carat octagonal cut emerald Natural Beryl from Columbia F2 (indications of moderate clarity enhancement)

DIAMOND GRADE:

  • CARAT WEIGHT – 0.30ct (8 x 0.04ct each diamond)
  • COLOUR – J
  • CUT – Old Cut
  • CLARITY – SI

 

  • RING SIZE – UK O / US 7 / EU 54
  • MEASUREMENT – 20 mm across the diameter of the ring. 3mm high when worn on the finger.
  • MATERIALS – 18ct Gold / Emerald / Diamonds
  • WEIGHT – 2.9g
  • HALLMARK – Rubbed ’18ct’ stamp and makers mark ‘WAP & CO’ (W. A. Perry & Co Watch Makers & Jewellers, Birmingham)
  • CONDITION – This antique ring is in super condition, the stones are all originally set with the millegrain settings being crisp and secure. The shank is robust and displays few superficial scratches. Overall in excellent order, seldom worn.

Product SKU
HOW-REM758

£2,650

1 in stock

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