A traditional boat-shaped ring, set with three round rubies, with two small old-cut diamonds set in between, all claw set and mounted in 18ct yellow gold, with full British hallmarks dating this ring to the early Edwardian period of 1903.
Hallmarked as 18ct gold, dated Birmingham 1903.
Maker's mark "H&S".
The width of the face of the ring measures approximately 6.5mm.
The central ruby weighs approximately 0.40 carats. The outer rubies weigh approximately 0.12 carat each (0.64 carats in total).
The diamonds weigh approximately 0.05 carats each (0.20 carats in total).
The approximate weight is 3.0 grams.
Please note that the antique ring box pictured is for display purposes only. Thank you.
Ring size N (UK) or 6 ½ (US) - this ring can be sized in our workshop. Please get in touch to discuss options and lead time.
For UK to US ring size conversions we use www.ringsizes.co as our reference chart.
CONDITION: In good antique condition, with some wear commensurate with age. There is surface scuffing/wear to the rubies when viewed under magnification.
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All items are packed in a gift box and are sent securely within 1-3 business days.
UK customers will receive their orders via Royal Mail Special Delivery.
Overseas customers will receive their orders via Royal Mail Tracked and/or Signed.