An Unusual Diamond Ring. Setting stones into a band, without any collet or claws, is known as a ‘rub-over’ setting, and it’s one of the oldest, simplest, and safest ways of setting stones. Set with a quirky mix of antique diamonds, with a baguette diamond at its centre, this charming ring is super comfortable to wear, and incredibly versatile - it could be an engagement ring, a wedding band, or just something to be worn alone, or lending its character to any mix-and-match ring stack.
Why I love it...
“ This ring is quite special; it was made during the early to mid-20th century but is set with diamonds from the 17th and 18th century! It was likely a commission using the diamonds from a treasured family heirloom. ”
- Sammy, Founder
Place of Origin:
(approx. 0.45cts total / A mixture of early rose-cut and table-cut)
Height 2.6mm / Front 19.5mm x 5mm
14ct Yellow Gold
Manufacture Date & Period:
1930-1940 / Art Deco
Condition & Wear:
Very good Antique Engagement Ring / Minor wear commensurate with age
UK P½ / US 7.75 (complimentary re-size available)