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Remembrance - Enamel Memorial Diamond Ring
Remembrance - Enamel Memorial Diamond Ring
Remembrance - Enamel Memorial Diamond Ring
Remembrance - Enamel Memorial Diamond Ring
Remembrance - Enamel Memorial Diamond Ring
Remembrance - Enamel Memorial Diamond Ring
Remembrance - Enamel Memorial Diamond Ring
Remembrance - Enamel Memorial Diamond Ring
Remembrance - Enamel Memorial Diamond Ring
Remembrance - Enamel Memorial Diamond Ring
Remembrance - Enamel Memorial Diamond Ring

Story

Cobalt blue enamel embellishes the top and shoulders of this distinctive ring.

A square of blue frames a chunky, old mine cut diamond of .12 carats. White and fiery, the color range is H-I, and the diamond has a clarity of VS1-SI1.

Lyrical opposing "C" shapes and two dots are left raised with the royal blue enamel to punctuate the designs.

A memorial ring, the interior is hand engraved, "William Marson Died March 31 1915". (The year is faint and maybe 1914).

Resting very low on the finger, this ring feels silky smooth and is made of 18k yellow gold.

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Item 22096

Remembrance - Enamel Memorial Diamond Ring

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$1,650 USD Sale! $1,485 USD
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Date: 1915.

Measurements: Ring is a size 6.5 and may be able to be sized slightly. Contact us if you need sizing. Length of over 1/4 inch and just over 1/16 of an inch high. Weight of 3.9 grams.

Condition: Excellent.

Story

Cobalt blue enamel embellishes the top and shoulders of this distinctive ring.

A square of blue frames a chunky, old mine cut diamond of .12 carats. White and fiery, the color range is H-I, and the diamond has a clarity of VS1-SI1.

Lyrical opposing "C" shapes and two dots are left raised with the royal blue enamel to punctuate the designs.

A memorial ring, the interior is hand engraved, "William Marson Died March 31 1915". (The year is faint and maybe 1914).

Resting very low on the finger, this ring feels silky smooth and is made of 18k yellow gold.

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