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Antique & Modern Jewellery 21/02/2019
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Lot 28

An early 20th century gold cultured pearl and diamond cluster ring.

Estimate £ 450  -  £ 650


Condition Report

An early 20th century gold cultured pearl and diamond cluster ring. The cultured pearl, measuring approximately 7.2mms, with old-cut diamond surround and similarly-cut diamond shoulders. Estimated total diamond weight 0.70ct. Ring size I1/2. Weight 3.1gms.

Purchasing information
  • Overall condition fair to good. Some surface scratches/ wear, discolouration and minor dents in keeping with general age and wear.
  • Areas of adaptation / alteration to the shoulders, solder line and pitting marks visible.
  • Diamonds well matched.
  • Diamonds bright.
  • Individual size and setting of diamonds prevents accurate colour and clarity assessment.
  • Diamonds with some small light inclusions under 10x magnification.
  • Without the aid of laboratory equipment, it has not been possible to determine if this cultured pearl is from a fresh or saltwater source.
  • Cultured pearl is a slightly pinkish white colour, with rose and greenish overtones, good lustre.
  • Cultured pearl in good condition with some light abrasions and typical surface blemishes.
  • Diameter of ring head 1.1cms.
  • Please see the Important Notices for Purchasers for coloured gemstones.
  • 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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