18ct Yellow Gold Diamond Lovers Knot Ring, 1902
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Description: - An Edwardian 18ct yellow gold diamond "Lovers Knot" ring. The ring is set with an 0.20ct old cut diamond. Lover’s Knot rings were popular in the early 1900s. They were meant to symbolise “Eternal love that cannot be untied”.
The ring is fully hallmarked with the Birmingham Assay office stamp, '18' (to denote 18 carat gold), and the date letter 'c', for 1902.
Assay: - .750 Gold (18ct).
Date: - 1902.
Period: - Early 20th Century.
Engraving: - "To Dr. LEES from Earnock Ambulance Class".
Measurement: - UK Size N 1/2 (measured to the leading edge). US Ring size 7 (measured to the leading edge). The ring is 10.0mm wide to the front and 3.9mm to the reverse. The central diamond measures approximately 3.8mm.
Weight: - 5.6 grams.
Condition: - The ring is in good antique condition. Light surface scratches, and tarnishing. Minor abrasion to both the gold, and central diamond commensurate with age. Please see photographs for confirmation of condition.
Item No: - 1792_TR1.
Customs and import taxes: - Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply.