18 kt. Pink gold - Ring - 0.28 ct Diamond - Pearl, Vintage antique anno 1890, Free Resizing*
Type of jewel: Vintage antique diamond and pearl cross over ring Condition: very good Style: Vintage antique Era: ca. 1890 Material: 18K pink gold and details in silver (touchstone tested) Diamond(s) : Four rose cut diamonds, tested and guaranteed natural diamonds. We do not have the weight of these diamonds which is normal in our trade when it comes to rose cuts. Eight old mine brilliant cut diamonds, tested and guaranteed natural diamonds (also called bolshevics) with an estimated weight of ± 0. 28ct. (colour and clarity: H/K, si/i) . All diamond weights, color grades and clarity are approximate since the stones were not removed from their mounts to preserve the integrity of the setting. We have all diamonds in all our vintage and antique jewellery tested by the IJGC - lab whether they are natural diamonds or lab-grown diamonds. When diamonds in our jewellery turn out to be lab-grown we don't offer them. Therefore we guarantee that all diamonds in this jewel are 100% natural. Precious stone(s) : One cultured salt water pearl Birth and month stones: Diamond is the birthstone (or month stone) for April and pearl for June. Hallmarks: No trace. Dimensions: band width top of ring 1,00 cm (0,39 inch) - See picture with a ruler in cm and inches Weight: 3,30 gram (2,12 dwt) Ring size: EU-55 & 17½, USA-7¼, UK-O Free resizing* *) Resizing: *Only for extreme changes we will charge something. In case of resizing, use the Catawiki message system to contact us directly with the required ring size when you pay this ring. When we receive your message after we shipped your ring the free resizing offer is expired. Adin reference Nº: 23023-0079 - Comes with professional report of authenticity. - Shipping insured and registered (or pick it up) . - Outside EU import duties etc. may apply. - Check our feedback here to see how happy our customers are. - See more of our products, visit: https: //auction. catawiki. com/lotsfrom/Adin - Antique & Vintage jewellery is often refurbished, remodelled or repaired in order to prolong its enjoyment and wearable lifetime. It is not uncommon for older items to see evidence of this.