Made in 15ct gold with the unmistakable luscious hue that hovers between yellow and rose gold. The star of the show is a bright and lively 2.7mm old cut diamond set into a star setting in a signet-type plaque. A scalloped and gently tapering band flows from the square plaque, set with graduating antique natural pearls, held in place with bead settings. All of the pearls appear to be original to the ring, and are in good antique condition.
The inside of the band has a crisp set of English hallmarks for 15ct gold, Birmingham assay and the date letter x for 1897.
The face of the ring is 6mm wide, tapering to 2.5mm at the back of the band.
Sits 1.7mm high on the finger.
Weighs 2 grams.
Size K or 5.5
somewhat resizable by your local bench jeweller, but please do mind the hallmarks.