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A ruby and diamond ring,
An Edwardian ruby and diamond ring, circa 1910. The ring belonged to the novelist, poet and gardener, Vita Sackville-West, who is best remembered for her unorthodox marriage to the writer and diplomat Sir Harold Nicolson, her affair with Virginia Woolf during the 1920s and for creating some of the most admired and influential English gardens of the 20th century. What a beautiful way to set marquise stones.
Edwardian Platinum on 18K Gold Diamond and Ruby Ring Stunning Edwardian ring with 35 diamonds and 20 small channel set rubies. The bezel set center diamond is approximately .20 carat with 34 prong set diamonds around the border. Approximately .65 carats. The ring tests platinum and there is an accent of 18K on the top and the back is 18K yellow gold. Circa: 1910
Bague ancienne de type "giardinetti" en or, argent, serties de rubis et de diamants taillés en « roses ». Le chaton affecte la forme d’une fleur formée d’un cœur en rubis entouré de pétales en roses de diamant. Elle émerge de feuillages serties de rubis et de diamants « en roses ». Parfait état d'origine. Probablement Italie, vers 1860
This is a lovely 18k yellow gold ruby and diamond ring. The ring is set with bright red straight baguette cut rubies that weighs approximately 2.70ct. Alternating the rubies are sparkling round cut diamonds that weighs approximately 0.50ct and are set on 18k white gold. The color of the diamonds is H with VS clarity.