1910, Barely Under One Carat, Edwardian 5 Diamond Ring
This 1910, Edwardian 5 Diamond Ring in 18K Yellow Gold, is just barely under one carat, and has serious sparkling wow factor. The two diamonds on the side are Old Mine Cut and are estimated at .25 carat total (one quarter carat). The other three center diamonds are Old European Cut and estimated .73 carat total (just under three quarter carat). This makes a total estimated carat weight for the ring at .98, just barely under one carat. Clarity estimate across the 5 diamonds ranges from VS2 to SI1. No inclusions are visible to the naked eye. The sides of the ring have the tall claw styling, which was common in 1885-1910. This antique ring has serious sparkle and tons of attention getting diamonds.
- Near the diamonds: A Crown and 18, for 18K gold,
- One the back inside of the ring: another Crown and 18 for 18K gold,
- an anchor, which is a city mark for Birmingham England,
- and a lower case L, the date code for 1910. A date code of 1910 matches the style of the ring. These date codes can be found on the Birmingham Assay Office's Website.
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Ring Size: US 5 1/4, British J1/2 - L, French 50.5, Japanese 9. This ring can be resized, but might affect the date codes.
Acid Test: 18K
Weight: 3.8 grams or 2.4 dwt
Note: We do not remove stones from their settings and therefor stone weights may vary. We test all diamonds using the Gemlogis Ciel Diamond\Moissanite tester.