Two 18ct gold ruby and diamond dress rings. The first design...

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Two 18ct gold ruby and diamond dress rings. The first designed as an oval-shape ruby, within a brilliant-cut diamond surround, the second designed as an oval-shape ruby, with brilliant-cut diamond trefoil and asymmetric shoulders. Estimated total diamond weight 0.35ct. Hallmarks for Sheffield, 2006 and Birmingham. Weight 7.1gms.

  • Overall condition good. Minor surface scratches/wear in keeping with general age and wear.
  • Diamond fairly well matched.
  • Diamonds bright.

  • Individual size and setting of diamonds prevents accurate colour and clarity assessment.

  • Scattered light and dark inclusions to the diamonds, some visible with the unaided eye
  • Rubies medium pinkish red, weak to moderate saturation of colour, with poor clarity and significant profuse typical inclusions, many visible with the unaided eye and are surface reaching.

  • Inclusions effecting the passage of light throughout the stones, durability possibly impaired
  • Stones in fair condition with some abrasion and minor nibbles to the girdle and facet edges.

  • Ring sizes R and L1/2.
  • Please see the Important Notices for Purchasers for coloured gemstones.

  • The US prohibits the importation of items containing rubies or jadeite originating in Burma. For your convenience we have applied this notice to lots which contain rubies or jadeite originating in Burma, or those of indeterminate origin. Please be advised that inability of a purchaser to import any such item into the US or elsewhere will not constitute grounds for non-payment or cancellation of the sale.

  • Condition reports are offered as a guide only and we highly recommend inspecting any lot to satisfy yourself as to its condition.

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    Auction Date:
    20th Oct 2016 from 10am
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