Antique Edwardian Star Ruby Diamond Ring 1.8ct Cabochon Ruby


A magnificent antique Edwardian cluster ring crowned with a natural cabochon star ruby weighing approx. 1.8ct, haloed by twelve bright brilliant cut diamonds totalling approx. 1.2ct.

The ruby has a desirable cherry-pink hue with a ghostly inner glow that morphs into a magical star in direct light. It’s complemented perfectly by the diamonds which are beautiful VS1 clarity - G Colour stones with exceptional sparkle.

The mystifying Star Ruby is named after its enchanting star-shaped shimmer known as an asterism that floats across the stones surface of the stone in direct light. The stars three crossbars were said to represent faith, hope and destiny and were worn as powerful talismans, offering protection and guidance to travellers.

The stones are set in a platinum face with a yellow gold band stamped 18ct on the inside. The ring is truly enchanting, very rare and in excellent condition.

We recommend you insure for £4,300, a valuation can be supplied on completion of sale.

Weighs: 4.3 grams

Measures: P in the UK or 7 ¾ USA - Can be sized, we offer this service for free, it takes approximately one week.

Face measures: 12mm across x 15mm down x 7mm depth

Stones: Star Ruby (6 x 9mm, approx. 1.8ct), Diamonds (2 x 2mm, approx. 0.10ct each – 1.2ct total)

Clarity: VS 1 – G colour

Age: Edwardian. (Circa 1901 – 1905)

Marks: 18ct stamp

Condition: Some light surface wear but otherwise in excellent condition for its age


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