During the Edwardian era, gems of all types were plentiful, and there were many new discoveries. Although diamonds were used most frequently, many fine-colored gemstones were also seen in Edwardian jewelry, like the stunning September and Libra month stone: sapphire.
A superb Edwardian band hallmarked for the year 1917, likely manufactured prior to the first world war and hallmarked during this period. A beautiful band with three sapphires and two diamonds, roughly .55ctw!
Materials and Features: 18k gold, sapphire, diamonds (.55ctw)
Age/Origin: Victorian, Edwardian, Chester, c. 1917
Measurements: 2. 48 grams, Size 6, 5mm width
Marks: Hallmarked for 1917
Condition: Excellent condition. Minor associated age wear.
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