Antique Edwardian Belle Epoque ring. Platinum, Old European Cut diamonds and rare natural green zircon. Made circa 1900 - 1914. Has been independently appraised.
Measurements: Weight is 4.5 grams. A little larger than US size 6 3/4. Zircons 4.68ct. Diamonds 1.34ct.
Description : Ring made to arch around the finger. The bezel sloping down towards the shoulders which taper and eventually form a point where they meet the remainder of the hoop. The bezel and shoulders are very finely pave set with circular old mine cut diamonds, forming a sloping continuous carpet of diamonds that gleam and glitter as the wearer moves and the light catches them at different angles. The center of the bezel is colette-set with two magnificent round natural green zircons. Green is the rarest form of zircon and these are a superb deep green color, reminiscent of a great emerald. The diamonds are bordered by fine filigree in platinum and raised above the finger's surface by a gallery of scrolling platinum.
Workmanship of a very high quality. Versatile - can be worn day/night, the ring is nothing short of fabulous.
Marks and Metal: No marks. Metal was tested to ensure purity.
Condition: Good with minor wear commensurate with age. Please see enlarged pictures and don't hesitate to ask questions which we will do our best to answer.
Has independent appraisal with value of $10000.00
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