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Made in 18 carat gold in Chester in 1904, this lovely Edwardian era ruby and diamond ring looks as beautiful today as when it was made. Both the ruby in the centre and the rose cut diamond set on each side are not only set into the band, but they are gypsy set which not only adds security to the ring, but also an extra design element. Gypsy setting is a term given when there is a star pattern surrounding the stones in the ring which was created by the jeweller pushing into the gold resulting in not only a star pattern but also a bead to add to the security of securing the stone in the ring. The ruby measures 0.18 carats and the two diamonds total 0.02 carats and the top of the ring has an elegant dome to it that measures 7.6mm wide and tapers down to 3.3mm wide at the back. A very simple and elegant ring that can so easily and comfortably be worn all the time. Stock# ES8793 Hallmarked: Chester 1904 $Sold.