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Antique & Vintage Engagement Rings

Antique Opal Diamond Cluster Ring 18ct Edwardian

£1,390.00

Gorgeous antique opal diamond cluster ring

Set to the centre with a beautiful colourful opal that is surrounded by twelve charming old cut diamonds

The stones are bezel set in white gold that is surrounded by millegrain work.

The opal and diamonds sit in an pretty scalloped yellow gold panier leading to attractive trifurcate shoulders

This unique Antique Opal Cluster Ring ring looks stunning when worn

Opal 4mm x 3.5mm
Diamonds 12 x approx. 2 mm
Total diamond weight circa 0.40 carat
Head 12mm x 11.5mm
Stamped 18ct
It dates to the Edwardian period circa 1910
Size Q 3/4 (UK), 8.75 (USA) it would easily resize
It weighs an impressive 4 grams
In good original condition commensurate with age – opal slightly scuffed (not visible to the naked eye)
Comes in the presentation box illustrated.
Our Ref 23207

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    Description

    Gorgeous antique opal diamond cluster ring

    Set to the centre with a beautiful colourful opal that is surrounded by twelve charming old cut diamonds

    The stones are bezel set in white gold that is surrounded by millegrain work.

    The opal and diamonds sit in an pretty scalloped yellow gold panier leading to attractive trifurcate shoulders

    This unique Antique Opal Cluster Ring ring looks stunning when worn

    Opal 4mm x 3.5mm
    Diamonds 12 x approx. 2 mm
    Total diamond weight circa 0.40 carat
    Head 12mm x 11.5mm
    Stamped 18ct
    It dates to the Edwardian period circa 1910
    Size Q 3/4 (UK), 8.75 (USA) it would easily resize
    It weighs an impressive 4 grams
    In good original condition commensurate with age – opal slightly scuffed (not visible to the naked eye)
    Comes in the presentation box illustrated.
    Our Ref 23207

    More beautiful antique rings

    Opal

                  Milky opals were commonly used in late 19th century jewellery when their versatility resulted in a wide assortment of designs such as bangles, set as a line of graduated cabochons with diamonds in between, cluster rings, fringe necklaces and crescent brooches. Superior examples exhibit an attractive play of red, green, and blue colours whilst inferior milky opals are almost completely white with minimal flashes. Milky opals were also set with rubies, emeralds and demantoid garnets in naturalistic designs such as butterflies. Mid-Victorian opals exhibiting a softer play of colour were sometimes set in scrolling gold brooches and necklaces enamelled in royal blue.

    Mexican fire opal

    These vibrant gems were used in Art Nouveau and Art Deco diamond jewellery. Fire opal is usually deficient of any play of colour but exhibits a singular shade of translucent mid to deep orangey – red.

    The traditional birthstone representing October is the opal. There are many types of opal that have different coloured base hues including white, red, purple, and black.

    Additional information

    gem

    Diamond, Opal

    product-type

    Art Deco / Retro Rings, Cluster Ring, Victorian & Edwardian