Georgian Burma Ruby and Diamond Double Heart Cluster Ring

Georgian Antique Burma Ruby and Old Cut Diamond Double Heart Cluster Ring

An early 19th century double heart sweetheart ring, composed of a certified vivid red Burmese ruby and closed-back old-cut diamond centres surrounded by rose-cut diamonds, crowned by a bow top. Mounted in 18ct yellow gold. Circa 1820/1830.

Double hearts set side by side meant “bound together” and were traditionally set with gemstones and used for betrothal in the 1800’s.
  • Ruby: approx. 0.70 carats, measuring 6.3 x 4.9mm, natural with Burmese origin, accompanied with GCS London certificate
  • Principal Diamond: approx. 0.80 carats, measuring 6.3 x 5mm (over mounting), F/G colour with VS clarity
  • Remaining Diamonds: approx. 0.90 carat total
  • Metal: Tests as 18ct gold
  • Ring size: I 3/4 (UK) / 4.75 (US), can be resized
  • Head dimensions: 13mm x 14mm
  • Gross weight: 4.2 grams
  • Condition: Very good condition throughout, considering the age

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