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Here is the most charming antique Edwardian era diamond ring that would suit any finger and occasion as well as making a gorgeous antique diamond engagement ring to love and cherish. Hand made in 18ct yellow gold and platinum at the start of the 1900's, this ring is so elegant and refined and sits perfectly on the finger. With such elegance, there are four lovely round diamonds with the two side diamonds actually set into a pear shape giving it such a wonderful unique look that somewhat resembles a leaf design. The diamonds total 0.44 carats and the ring measures 7mm by 9mm wide from left to right and is so comfortable to wear all day. This is such a beautiful and elegant antique diamond ring from the gorgeous Edwardian era, and one that will always be cherished and admired. Stock# ES7342 Circa: 1910 $Sold.
Perfect for any occasion, this antique diamond ring made in 1915 sits so well on the finger and thanks to its design will sit along side other antique rings or modern rings and fit right in. Made in 18ct gold, this ring has such a sleek look to it and graduates from 12.5mm wide at the centre to 6.6mm wide at the back and feels so comfortable on the finger. Set with five diamonds that also graduate in size, the diamonds total 0.26 carats and have a wonderful sparkle to them that will always catch the eye. With a simple and elegant design, this antique diamond ring will always be loved and cherished. Stock# T563 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1915 $1,550
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Here is a very stylish and original antique diamond ring made in 1890 that has such a contemporary feel to it that gives it a modern look all the while being one that was made well over 120 years ago. The style of this ring will so easily allow it to be worn with other antique rings and jewellery as well as blending in seamlessly with modern jewellery as well thanks to the wonderful design on the band and the sleek top where the diamond is set. Made in 18ct yellow gold in Birmingham in 1890, the European cut diamond in the centre measures 0.10 carats and this top section measures 6.5mm wide by 9.1mm. In wonderful condition and so comfortable to wear on any finger, this antique diamond ring is as unique as it is beautiful and elegant. Stock# ES7251 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1890 $Sold.
Made in such an elegant and stylish design, comes this lovely Edwardian era antique diamond ring made in 1905 that sits so well on any finger and is practical to wear all the time as the diamonds are set low into the band. Coming from the Edwardian era, it was made in 18ct yellow gold. Set with five diamonds in such a unique setting, the centre diamond is set into the band with the star pattern around it and then emphasised by set into its own square setting. And then to highlight this diamonds and the ring further, there are two more diamonds set on each side that add a beautiful amount of additional sparkle to the ring. The diamonds total 0.14 carats and the ring measures 6.6mm wide at the centre and then tapers down to 2.1mm wide at the back. Even the edge of the ring has the most elegant and refined pattern showing just how much thought went into making this ring over 110 years ago and in a design that still looks so beautiful today. This antique diamond ring is one of those rings that will suit any woman of any age and also for any occasion. Stock# ES7239 Hallmarked: Chester 1905 $1,400
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Here is a ring that was made 135 years ago, yet still retains such a modern and stylish look to it that will always be admired. There is something so special about thinking that on your finger is an antique diamond ring made in 1882 that is still so easy and practical to wear all the time. Made in 18ct yellow gold in Birmingham, it is set with three lovely European cut diamonds each in their own setting set into the band making it even more practical to wear all the time. The diamonds total 0.26 carats, and along the both sides is the most charming scalloped feature that adds even more character to an already very lovely antique diamond ring. At the centre it measures 7.7mm and form one side across to the other, this distance measures 14.4mm and the ring really sits so well on any finger and would also make such a unique and lovely antique diamond engagement ring. This wonderful antique diamond ring comes from the equally as wonderful Victorian era and will always be loved, cherished and admired. Stock# ES7248 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1882 $1,600
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Perfect for any occasion and so comfortable and practical to wear all the time, this antique 5 stone diamond ring made in the 1890's has a look and style that will easily fit in being worn with other antique rings or even modern rings. Made in 18ct gold, the design is just wonderful in the way that it tapers in size from 3.6mm wide at the back to 7.8mm wide at the centre and has a lovely soft dome to it that also protects the diamonds so well. With the five diamonds set into the band, they also have a wonderful star pattern around each one to add to the character and the diamonds total 0.21 carats. This lovely antique diamond ring from the 1890's has all the charm and character of a late Victorian ring, with a style that always looks so elegant. Stock# ES7149 Circa: 1890 $Sold
Here is a very beautiful and elegant 1920's 5 stone diamond engagement ring that will always be loved, treasured and admired and has the charm and character that only genuine antique cut diamonds give to a ring. Hand made in 18ct yellow gold in the 1920's, this is such a traditional and elegant design that allows it to look good on its own or along side a wedding ring. Set with five lovely antique European cut diamonds, they also graduate in size so finely with the end diamonds being 0.10 carats each, the next two 0.12 carats and the centre diamond 0.35 carats. They are all G in colour and Vs to Si in clarity and really have such a wonderful sparkle to them all. Learn about the difference of antique cut diamonds here: https://www.kalmarantiques.com.au/articles/a-brief-history-of-the-cutting-of-diamonds/ This antique diamond engagement ring has such perfect proportions to it and will continue to delight the new bride and all who see it. Stock# ES7100 Circa: 1920 $Sold.
When this ring is placed on your finger, it will be hard not to keep looking down at it, as it is one of the most exquisite and remarkable antique diamond lozenge shaped ring that you will ever see. Dating from the 1870's, this Victorian era ring looks as beautiful from the top as it does the sides thanks to not only the diamonds but also the incredible details on the sides. Set with a total of twenty one old cut diamonds, in the centre this diamond weighs0.40 carats with the remaining twenty diamonds having a total weight of 2.80 carats bringing the total diamond weight to this ring to a sparkling 3.20 carats. The charm and sparkle from antique diamonds that were cut by hand is just so unique to antique rings and makes them so much more special. The diamonds are set into sterling silver as it was known for centuries that gold will reflect yellow into the diamonds, so silver was used at this time as platinum, although discovered centuries earlier was not yet used in jewellery and white gold had not been invented and would not do so until the early 20th century. The top section measures 27.6mm by 12.4mm and really accentuates the finger so well and would not only suit any finger but also make an incredible antique diamond engagement ring that really makes an impact. And then both sides have the most delightful scroll work in rose gold that leads to the yellow gold band which shows how much time and attention to detail went into hand making this ring all those years ago. This is such a spectacular antique diamond ring that will look incredible on the finger no matter when it is worn and will have you admiring it for hours on end. Stock# T192 Circa: 1870 $12,800
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Here is a great looking antique diamond ring that is suitable for any finger and any occasion and will always look so unique and stylish. Made in Birmingham in 1896 in 15ct gold, this carat of gold was only used for a relatively short period until 1931, and this late Victorian ring is set with three diamonds, each in their own star pattern. These diamonds total 0.09 carats and not only do they look great in their settings, but they are set onto a matte finish band that gives it such a unique and contemporary look to it. This finish to the ring while still retaining the high polish on the sides and the star pattern around each diamond really accentuates this ring so well and will stand out no matter where it is worn. Measuring 6.6mm wide at the top and tapering down to 4.5m wide at the back, this lovely antique diamond ring is just so delightful from all angles and respects. A lovely example of a late Victorian era diamond ring that is so unique and special. Stock# R1006 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1896 $Sold.