within a heart shaped border of small cushion cut and old single cut diamonds, open cut down collet set in silver, gold to the pierced gallery underbezel and shank, tapered at the shoulders, stamped '18C'Cluster 1 x 1cm / 3/8 x 3/8''
Ruby approximately 5.45 x 4.50 x 2.60mmWeight: 3g
Victorian cabochon emerald and 18ct gold ring, London (date mark is either 1878 or 1898), the oval 6.49ct Colombian emerald open collet set to a simple tapering gold mount, D shaped shank, accompanied by AGL report no. 1118060 giving the Colombian origin opinion and that the stone shows minor clarity treatment of a traditional type (oiling)
Early 20th century ruby and diamond cluster ring, French c.1915, collet set with a circular facetted Burma ruby, approximately 1.40ct, to an oval border set with two rows of graduating diamonds, cut-down set edge to border, split shoulders and shank, mounted in gold and platinum, inscribed serial number 144, French assaymark to shank and inscribed serial number 144, accompanied by GCS report no. 78144-15 giving the Burma origin opinion for the ruby and it shows no evidence of heat treatment