Late Edwardian dinner ring set with a cabochon emerald of .50 carats, within a single and old European-cut diamond filigree mount of navette-shaped outline, .70 carats. Set in platinum and yellow gold, with faint French mark for gold. Center: 24.6x14mm. Shank: 1.4-2.3mm. Circa 1905.
This spectacular diamond filigree makes this ring a standout and we love that the emerald center is cabochon cut to contrast with its sparkly surroundings!
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