Fantastic 1960's British Design Sapphire and Diamond Cluster Ring
Love this fab ring in the manner / style of those iconic post war designers Grima / Weir / Packard et al
Wonderful textured mount / shoulders in 18ct yellow gold with a stunning basket rear that fits SO comfortable on the finger.
Twelve blue Sapphires, totalling over 1.5 Carats, surround a 0.88 Carat cluster of different sized Diamonds of excellent quality which sparkle in the light beautifully.
A stunning cocktail / statement ring measures 2.2cm (just over 3/4") top to bottom and the width is 1.7cm
This lovely ring will come in a brand new vintage style box, perfect for giving.
Ring Size is:
UK O 1/2
USA 7 1/2
Inside Diameter: 18mm
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Describing Precious Metals and Stones
We use industry standard methods for calculating stone weights and / or colour (if stated) in set jewellery using measurements, calculations and comparison. We do not remove stones from their settings to determine size or colour.
*ALL Gold and or Platinum stated precious metals that bare no stamp or hallmark are tested using a non-destructive electronic testing device. All silver is acid tested.
ALL Weights & Measures are Approximate. Unless otherwise stated, any dimensions and estimated weights of gemstones in this description have been determined without unsetting the stones and are, therefore, to be considered only as a probable because of limitations imposed by the mount.