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Edwardian 18ct Gold & Diamond Crossover Ring c.1900

A very stylish crossover ring set with old mine cut diamonds totalling one carat in weight. This type of ring was made in the early 1900s and is in the Art Nouveau style which was prevalent at the time.

Edwardian 18ct Gold & Diamond Crossover Ring c.1900

Period: Edwardian | Category: Fine Jewellery
Price: £2250 Currency Converter
Offered by: Elton Antique Jewellery

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Art Deco Ruby, Diamond ring

A very stylish Art Deco ruby and diamond ring in a diamond shaped design. The top is platinum and the shank is 18ct gold. The rubies are tear drop shapes with rose diamonds in between. The centre diamond is a transitional cut stone. The stones are set in “millegrain” settings. From the French word “mille” for a thousand, and from “grain” as the same meaning in English, it refers to what appears to be thousands of tiny beads upon a metal precipice or edge. Gem set rings often employ this device. It is defined as a technique where a knurling or a millegrain tool is impressed into a metal edge leaving furrows and also beads or tiny ridges of metal

Art Deco Ruby, Diamond ring

Period: Art Deco | Category: Fine Jewellery
Price: £1875 Currency Converter
Offered by: Elton Antique Jewellery

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