Edwardian Diamond Gypsy Ring (18ct gold; c.1903)
Edwardian Diamond Gypsy Ring (18ct gold; c.1903)
Edwardian Diamond Gypsy Ring (18ct gold; c.1903)
Edwardian Diamond Gypsy Ring (18ct gold; c.1903)
Edwardian Diamond Gypsy Ring (18ct gold; c.1903)
Edwardian Diamond Gypsy Ring (18ct gold; c.1903)
Edwardian Diamond Gypsy Ring (18ct gold; c.1903)
Edwardian Diamond Gypsy Ring (18ct gold; c.1903)
Edwardian Diamond Gypsy Ring (18ct gold; c.1903)
Edwardian Diamond Gypsy Ring (18ct gold; c.1903)
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Edwardian Diamond Gypsy Ring (18ct gold; c.1903)

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This is a classic diamond gypsy ring from the Edward period crafted in James Harrison's workshop in Tenby Lane in the Jewellery Quarter of Birmingham, England.  

The smooth plain 18ct gold band is set with a 0.10ct old cut diamond in a star setting.  The band itself is fully-hallmarked for 18ct gold and assayed in Chester in 1902.

Size: I 1/2 (UK) / 4.5 (US)
Weight: 3.3g

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