An Early Australian Art Deco jewel of the highest calibre. Made by the firm Harris & Sprunt who traded in Melbourne from 1913-1925 and were highly regarded for their stone set gold jewellery.
The ring features seven early brilliant cut natural diamonds. The centre diamond is approximately 3mm in diameter (.10 carat), surrounded by six 2 – 2.5mm diamonds. A further four 1mm old cut diamonds nestled into the shoulders, giving the ring an approximate total carat weight of over 1/3 of a carat. The diamonds have been verified as natural untreated diamonds by an independent gemologist, who has graded the diamonds as Vs -Si clarity and F-G in colour. Each of the stones is securely bead set in platinum, and each section has been picked out with minute milgrain detail which remains crisp.
Modelled in 18ct yellow gold with platinum top and shoulders, hallmarked for both Platunim and 18ct to the inside of the ring, along with the adorable makers mark of an elephant employed by Harris & Sprunt. Weighs 2.6 grams.
The face of the ring measures 12mm x 7.15mm, not including the shoulders. The ring has a lovely low profile sitting 2.6mm high on the finger.
Size L or 5.75
resizable within reason