There is something about a fine quality emerald and here we have a very attractive antique emerald and diamond ring that was made during the Edwardian era.
Hand made in 18ct yellow gold, this emerald and diamond ring is such an elegant ring and looks so wonderful with its claw set emeralds and diamonds and finished off with the most delightful scroll work on each side.
The two natural emeralds are from Colombia which has long been regarded for centuries as the producer of the world’s best emeralds and these two emeralds total 0.24 carats and are perfectly matched in colour and both have such a fine green colour.
Then set with three mine cut diamonds, these diamonds total 0.28 carats and add an elegant amount of sparkle to this antique ring.
From the end of one diamond to the end of the other, the ring measures 13.75mm wide by 6mm wide and sits so well on the finger.
The entire ring including the hallmarks are still in such good condition and this is a very good example of why many antique rings were so well made and have lasted well over 100 years.
Once you see a fine quality emerald especially in an antique ring set with diamonds it will be so easy to see why they are so highly prized and cherished.