Edwardian turquoise and diamond ring


A stunning early Edwardian turquoise and diamond ring, set with two large vivid turquoise oval cabachons either side of a pair of round, old-cut diamonds each approx. 0.2cts, with a smaller diamond at each end, each diamond approx. 0.1cts.

Set in 18ct yellow gold and forming a gorgeous lozenge design that sits lovely when worn as the stones fill the width of the finger.

The sides of the ring have a cut out gold scroll setting and the shank is hallmarked for Birmingham, 1902, with a makers mark possibly for Sydenham Brothers (S.BROs).

UK ring size N.

Total diamond weight 0.6cts

1 in stock

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