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Did you know that once you own three of one genre of object… you are a collector? Three diamonds set in platinum and 18ct gold command the presence of this sparkly Edwardian band, and are guaranteed to make you and old cut diamond collector with the acquisition of this extremely sparkly band. Three phenomenal diamonds at .10, .32, .12 respectively, create an alluring combination. The two old European diamonds on either side of the central old mine cut (which glows a glorious lemonade color) indicate that this ring might have been created using family diamonds at the beginning of the 20th century.

On a historical note, it is almost impossible to date 3 stone diamond rings (the design is so classic) yet, we are confident that this is an earlier example because of the lux, large British hallmarking. I have heard it said (and found it to be true in a study of English date hallmarks) that these larger scale stamps were retired (read, melted) during the First World War. Smaller stamps are found to have marked most of the deco and later jewels that we see, with microscopic hallmarking taking hold in the 40’s through to modern day. 

Marks: (Makers Mark) (PLAT) (18cT)

Age/Origin: English, 1910-1917

Weight: 3.7g

Size: 6, sizable as needed 

Materials: Diamonds, weighing 10, .32, .12, respectively, 18ct gold, platinum. CTW: .54

Condition: Excellent, this ring is in what we would describe as as near to mint condition as one could find for a diamond ring of 100+ years of age! 

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