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Art Nouveau Ruby and Pearl Antique Engagement Ring, 18 Carat, Edwardian 1912

CHF 717.52
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Such a pretty antique ring from the English Edwardian era inscribed inside the band "E.B. 16/7/1912" The ring is set with a marquise shaped mixed cut ruby in yellow claw setings to a surround of 12 pearls with a rub ove scallped edge. The underside of the gem setting is a pierced open design to tri split shoulders of scroll work design to a D shaped gold band. Stamped 18ct and testing as 18ct gold. Finger size 7.5 (US/Canada); P (UK/Australia). A lovely design that looks neat and feminine on the hand with all the romance of the Art Nouveau era. - Gold

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Products specifications
Gemstone Pearl
Condition Excellent
Colour Gold
Jewellery Rings

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Such a pretty antique ring from the English Edwardian era inscribed inside the band "E.B. 16/7/1912" The ring is set with a marquise shaped mixed cut ruby in yellow claw setings to a surround of 12 pearls with a rub ove scallped edge. The underside of the gem setting is a pierced open design to tri split shoulders of scroll work design to a D shaped gold band. Stamped 18ct and testing as 18ct gold. Finger size 7.5 (US/Canada); P (UK/Australia). A lovely design that looks neat and feminine on the hand with all the romance of the Art Nouveau era. - Gold
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