Diamond ring, circa 1910.
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The substantial proportions of this ring are broken up by an intricately pierced and millegrained surface, typical of the fine and delicate workmanship of the so-called ‘Belle Epoque’ between 1900-1914. The recent discovery of platinum had allowed jewellers to create jewels of unprecedented lightness and elegance, which were set with white diamonds and pearls to create softly sparkling, subtle jewels of infinite refinement. The surface of this ring is set with circular-cut and single-cut diamonds of various sizes, interspersed with platinum claws and stippled millegrain borders, enabling the diamonds and metal surface to work together to create an overall shimmering surface.
|Place Of Origin
||Diamonds: Approx. 2.00 carats (calculated)
|Height of setting: 6.5mm
Dimensions of setting at front: 16.5mm x 17mm
|Date Of Manufacture
|Period Of Manufacture
|Signs Of Wear
||Very minor wear to mount commensurate with age
UK K / US 5.5 (complimentary re-size available)
||5.80 grams (gross)