Antique Edwardian Emerald Diamond Cluster Ring 0.60ct Emerald


A magnificent antique Edwardian cluster ring adorned with a natural step cut emerald bezel set in the centre, weighing approx. 0.60ct. It has a vivid green hue and is complemented by a frame of eight old and brilliant cut diamonds with superb SI1 clarity – H colour. They’re extremely bright and graduate in size from 0.10 to 0.50ct with a total of approx. 1.8ct across the gallery.

Emerald is the birthstone of May. The Romans considered it to be the sacred stone of the goddess Venus and was said to preserve love and provide hope. Its natural green colouring also makes it a stone of springtime and is associated with eternal love and faithfulness.

The piece is a union of platinum and 18ct white gold and has remained in excellent condition. It’s a striking statement ring, dating to the early 1900s with a dazzling collection of precious gems on top.

We recommend you insure for £5,300. We can provide a written Valuation on completion of the sale. 

WEIGHT: 5.3 grams

SIZE: I ½ (UK), 4 ¾ (US) – We offer free re-sizing, it takes approx. 1-2 weeks. Please request your size at checkout.

MEASURES: Gallery Height 15mm x Width 14mm x Depth 6mm – Band Width 1.5mm

METAL: 18ct Gold/ Platinum (Stamped)

STONES: Emerald (4 x 6mm, approx. 0.60ct), Diamonds (Largest 4 x 4mm, approx. 0.50ct – 1.8ct total)

CLARITY: SI 1 – H colour                                                                    

AGE: Edwardian. (Circa 1901 – 1915)

MARKS: 18ct/ Platinum stamp

CONDITION: Excellent


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