Victorian 18ct Yellow Gold Diamond and Opal Ring, 1899
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Description: - A Victorian 18ct yellow gold diamond and opal three stone ring. The ring is set with a central old cut diamond weighing 0.05cts in a star setting, and a further opal set to either side of the diamond leading to pierced shoulders and plain band. The ring is UK hallmarked, stamped with Birmingham assay marks, date letter 'Z' for 1899, and '18' to denote 18 carat gold fineness.
Date: - 1899.
Period: - Late 19th Century.
Engraving: - N/A.
Measurement: - UK Size Q. US size 8. The face of the ring measures 6mm (height) and 14mm (across the face of the ring).
Weight: - 3.1 grams / 0.10 troy ounces.
Condition: - Light surface scratches to the ring commensurate with age. The central diamond has good sparkle. The two opals to either side have minor surface wear, and good fire displaying green, blue, pink, and orange flashes. Light tarnishing. Gemstone treatment is unknown. Please see photos for confirmation of condition.
Item No: - 1462/02_bk1.