A sweet antique turquoise and diamond ring from the early Edwardian era c 1904! This early Australian ring is made of 18k yellow gold and features three luscious blue turquoise gems and two sparkling diamonds. The turquoises measure around 2.20mm and exhibit a stunning 'robins egg' blue. The old-cut diamonds measure approximately 2.20mm, estimated weight is 0.05cts each. Deeply carved geometric accents along the sides and shoulders of the ring add a regal touch. A plain 2.50mm wide half round shank makes up the rest of ring. Inside the shank bears a crisp set of hallmarks, "18" denoting 18k gold as well as early Australian maker's marks - a "unicorn" and "W" which is the mark of Willis & Sons of Melbourne (c1858-c1980).
A gorgeous antique ring which would complement many other pieces of jewellery! Alternatively it would look stunning by itself.