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  • Diamond blossom ring 18 carat Art Deco London 1910
The diamond is a wonderful symbol of eternity . The antique yellow gold and... more
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The diamond is a wonderful symbol of eternity.

The antique yellow gold and platinum ring presented here

dates from the turn of the century around 1900/10 and 

presents a ring head in a beautiful flower shape,

consisting of three blossoms that are closely intertwined.

The daisy stands for modesty and lovejoyful, playful youth, tranquillity and pure joy.

The antique ring we have here probably comes from London.

It is set with three larger diamonds, surrounded by smaller, altogether 21 old-cut diamonds.

The ring shank is crafted in high-carat yellow gold in 18 carat / 750,

while the diamonds are set in cool, sparkling platinum.

The ring is easy to wear and can be wonderfully combined with other pieces of jewelry. 

The flower has always been a very popular ring shape. The ring looks delicate, elegant and special.

It is also ideal as an antique engagement ring.

The three flowers symbolize the past, present and future.

The ring shank is hallmarked in high-quality 18-karat yellow gold and the ring head is made of platinum. 

The ring shoulders are delicately crafted as a stylized lily and nestle lovingly against the ring head.

This antique ring is very rare and we are proud to present it.

It is in very good condition with minor signs of wear commensurate with its age.

Provenance: probably London, England 1900/10

Material:    18 carat yellow gold with  21 old-cut diamonds approx. 0.8 carat, ring head platinum-plated

Dimensions in cm: Ring head diameter: 2 x 0.9 Current ring size: 55

We will be happy to alter the ring to your desired size on request.

However, an exchange is no longer possible afterwards!

You will receive our jewelry ready to give and lovingly packaged with jewelry expertise.

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