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Vintage Amethyst Diamond Cocktail Ring

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Vintage Amethyst Diamond Cocktail Ring  set with a large rectangular cushion cut, deep royal purple amethyst weighing 20.56ct, surrounded by Brilliant cut diamonds totalling 1.75ct, assessed as G/H colour, VS clarity.  The diamonds are mounted over a gallery attached to triple banded shank and the ring sits proud on the finger to dramatic effect.

This is a spectacular, mid century, ring that ticks all the boxes if you are looking for a bold statement ring.  Weight: 17.2gm.  Measurements of the head: 25mm x 21mm x 15mm height off the finger.

Stamped 750 and tested as 18ct gold.  The ring dates from the 1950s with a high quality of craftsmanship and is in very good condition.

Finger Size: L (UA/AU), 5.75 (US), 51 (French) which we can re-size for you at no extra cost if required.  Ref: M094

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Vintage Amethyst Diamond Cocktail Ring  set with a large rectangular cushion cut, deep royal purple amethyst weighing 20.56ct, surrounded by Brilliant cut diamonds totalling 1.75ct, assessed as G/H colour, VS clarity.  The diamonds are mounted over a gallery attached to triple banded shank and the ring sits proud on the finger to dramatic effect.

This is a spectacular, mid century, ring that ticks all the boxes if you are looking for a bold statement ring.  Weight: 17.2gm.  Measurements of the head: 25mm x 21mm x 15mm height off the finger.

Stamped 750 and tested as 18ct gold.  The ring dates from the 1950s with a high quality of craftsmanship and is in very good condition.

Finger Size: L (UA/AU), 5.75 (US), 51 (French) which we can re-size for you at no extra cost if required.  Ref: M094

Specifications
Metal: 18ct White Gold
Amethyst: 20.56ct
Diamonds: 1.75ct
Weight: 17.2gm
Era: 1950s
Condition: Very Good
Finger Size: L (UK/AU), 5.75 (US)
Ref: M094

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