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For the Edwardians moonstone was one of the preferred gems. During this time femininity was prized above all the other qualities of the female of the species. Traditionally the moonstone gem has been equated with and used to symbolize that very aspect.

A grey blue moonstone cabochon of 4 mm has been paired with the most popular stone of all, a lovely old European cut diamond in a crossover ring of 14k yellow gold. The old European cut diamond has an approximate weight of .32 carats (I-J color; I1 clarity) with a good deal of fire with a number of points of prismatic light emanating from its facets. Petite in size and finely crafted, this Edwardian era finger ring brings together two of the most favored gemstones of the period. These gemstones truly come alive next to the skin.

Date: Circa 1910.

Item 14362

Celestial Skies: Edwardian Diamond Moonstone Ring

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Story

For the Edwardians moonstone was one of the preferred gems. During this time femininity was prized above all the other qualities of the female of the species. Traditionally the moonstone gem has been equated with and used to symbolize that very aspect.

A grey blue moonstone cabochon of 4 mm has been paired with the most popular stone of all, a lovely old European cut diamond in a crossover ring of 14k yellow gold. The old European cut diamond has an approximate weight of .32 carats (I-J color; I1 clarity) with a good deal of fire with a number of points of prismatic light emanating from its facets. Petite in size and finely crafted, this Edwardian era finger ring brings together two of the most favored gemstones of the period. These gemstones truly come alive next to the skin.

Date: Circa 1910.

Measurements: 3/8 of an inch (0.9 cm) in length north to south on the hand. Weight of 1.6 grams (1.1 dwt).

Ring Size: US 4-3/4 (UK J; Euro or Int. Circum. 48.7 mm; Int. Dia. 15.5 mm; Japan over 8) and easily can be sized to fit most. Ring sizing information.

Condition: Very good; diamond has a bit of wear to the girdle (edge wear) which is visible with magnification.

Note: Stones were not removed to preserve the integrity of the setting. All weights are approximated by measurement and formula and may vary from actual weights. Grading may vary if stones are removed.

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