18ct White Gold Fine Heliodor & Diamond Cluster Ring

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18ct White Gold Fine Heliodor & Diamond Cluster Ring

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An unusual and fine oval cut heliodor measuring 16mm x 9mm, weighing an estimated 5.80cts.  Surrounded by twenty brilliant cut diamonds each weighing approximately 0.05ct.  Total diamond content estimated as 1.00ct.  Colour estimated as H/I.  Clarity estimated as VS.  Mounted in all 18ct white gold claw settings.  The finger size is about a J and the ring benefits from having gold pips inside the shank to stop the ring from twisting on the finger.  Gross weight 6.5g.  Fully hallmarked London 2001.


Product Specification

Period / Style Modern (1980s onwards)
Item Location This item is available to buy online only.
Jewellery Material White Gold
Jewellery Type Rings
Item Code 71-ZX596

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