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Lot 28

An early 20th century gold and silver diamond cluster ring.

Estimate £ 800  -  £ 1,200


Condition Report

An early 20th century gold and silver diamond cluster ring. Designed as an old-cut diamond marquise-shape panel, with slightly tapered band. Estimated total diamond weight 1.75 to 2cts, principal diamond estimated H-I colour, SI2-P1 clarity. Ring size K. Total weight 5.1gms.

Purchasing information
  • Overall condition good. Some surface scratches/wear in keeping with general age and wear.
  • Band shows evidence of resize.
  • One diamond significantly chipped to pavilion.
  • Diamonds well matched and bright.
  • Individual size and setting of non-principal diamonds prevents accurate colour and clarity assessment.

  • Diamonds generally with small to moderate light and dark inclusions under 10x magnification.
  • Length of ring head 2.8cms.
  • Central panel section electronically tests as silver. Mount and band electronically test as approximately 18ct gold.
  • Fellows uses a Thermo Scientific Nitron Handheld XRF Analyser to test metals. This technology is limited to examining metal to a depth of approximately 8 microns.
  • Fellows does not guarantee the standard of gold or platinum unless an item is hallmarked. Results from electronically tested items should only be used as a guide and with caution, as false readings are possible.
  • Condition reports are offered as a guide only and we highly recommend inspecting any lot to satisfy yourself as to its condition.

  • For any further questions you may have on this lot, please do not hesitate to contact Ben Randall at ben@fellows.co.uk

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