An early Victorian 18ct gold old-cut diamond and black ename...

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An early Victorian 18ct gold old-cut diamond and black enamel memorial ring. Estimated diamond weight 0.20ct, I-J colour, SI clarity. Hallmarks for London, 1846.Ring size M. 3.9gms.

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  • Faults. Gemstones may be noticeably chipped along with abrasion and nicks. Non-principal gems may be deficient. The piece may have noticeable dents/tears or small losses that affect the overall appearance of the design. The piece may have had alterations from its original design that may be apparent under scrutiny.
  • Losses to the enamel, enamel with chips and abrasions, deficient in some areas.
  • Engraved details worn.
  • Personal engraving to inside possibly reads 'William Gordon Ob. Oct. 30th 1857. a. 69.'
  • Diamond bright, within a closed-back setting. Grades might differ once examined loose.
  • 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:
    19th Sep 19 at 10am BST
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    Sale Dates:
    19th Sep 2019 10am BST (Lots 1 to 1011)