*Gia Certified 1910 Edwardian ring in 18 kt gold with 1.08 Cts in Burmese ruby and diamonds
Antique jeweled ring from the Edwardian period.
Delicate piece, created during the Edwardian period (1901-1910) in 18 karats yellow gold, with a base of silvered toppings, for the setting of the gemstones.
Mounted in the center into squared bezels, with a pair of French step cut (3.3 x 3.2 x 2.63 mm) of natural Burmese red rubies, 0.48 carats.
Accented around, with 20 old European round diamonds, 0.60 carats, G/H color, VS/SI clarity, as usual.
Have a total weight of 3.9 Grams and the actual size is 7, sizeable. The top view measures are 16 mm by 19 mm.
Stamped, with the old European gold assay hallmark, "18 KT".
Collateral: This ring is accompanied by the Gia laboratory Report number 2211229434 stating the provenance of the center gemstones, as Burmese (Myanmar) rubies.
It is in great antique condition, with all gemstones original from the period
INVENTORY REF: R0000TTEK/.0937