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Old Cut Diamond and Emerald Ring 18ct Gold Victorian Chester Hallmark
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Old Cut Diamond and Emerald Ring 18ct Gold Victorian Chester Hallmark Old Cut Diamond and Emerald Ring 18ct Gold Victorian Chester Hallmark Old Cut Diamond and Emerald Ring 18ct Gold Victorian Chester Hallmark Old Cut Diamond and Emerald Ring 18ct Gold Victorian Chester Hallmark

Old Cut Diamond and Emerald Ring 18ct Gold Victorian Chester Hallmark

Product Code: M952
£332.50
Antique Emerald and Diamond Ring
Attractive Victorian emerald and diamond ring set with a central emerald and two old cut / European cut diamonds either side. In 18ct solid gold and having the Chester Assay mark - date letter rubbed but dates to around 1890's.
This lovely ring will come in a brand new vintage style box, perfect for giving.
Ring Size is:
UK N 1/2
USA 7 Inside Diameter: 17mm Nice weight at 4.4g
M952

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