An Edwardian ruby and diamond ring

SKU: P21191

£1,485

An 18 carat gold boat shaped ring, hallmarked Birmingham 1908. Containing four cushion shaped rubies. Two centre stones 4x3.65mm (approximately 0.25 carats each) each end a 3.3x2.8ruby (c 0.15 carat). Colour purple red, origin Burma.

Between these a total of  six 1.5mm rose cut diamonds. Head is hand carved 18x5mm, depth 4mm, weight 3.5grams. 

The ruby has long been representative of romantic love. It is said to inspire devotion and faithfulness within a romantic relationship. In fact French jewellers in the 1800s referred to the ruby as the "dearly loved stone." 
Romantic connotations aside, the ruby is a beautiful, versatile stone for anyone to wear. It is said to promote self-care in the wearer and inspire confidence to tackle all aspects of life. The ruby is often said to decrease anxiety and self-doubt. The ruby is a gemstone that encourages the wearer to live fully and embrace whatever happens. It allows the wearer to see their strength and potential from the perspective of their own heart. The ruby is often given as a 15th or 40th wedding anniversary, and the birthstone for July


Size J 1/2. We can resize if required.

Supplied through our High Street retail shop established for over 200 years! You can purchase, in the knowledge as with all Vintage Tom items we offer a written appraisal plus a luxury gift box

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Ring Size: J 1/2
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