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An impressive early 20th century 18ct yellow gold, opal and diamond three stone gypsy ring. All the gemstones are claw set with the opals displaying superb ‘fire’ showing predominantly electric turquoise in hue with flashes of blue and green. The sparkling diamonds are old mine cut diamonds typical of this particular era, dating from circa 1910. The centre opal measures 7 x 5 mm, with the diamonds estimated at 0.50ct in total.


Opals were only discovered in 1880 in Australia, these must have been exciting discoveries back in the day. Opals when paired together are often believed to create a chain of bad luck. However, when they're paired with diamonds the chain is broken and any bad luck dispelled. 


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RING SIZE - UK N½ / US 7/ EU 54
Complimentary sizing is available on this piece.


Total ring width - 20mm
Height - 5mm when worn on the finger


OPALS - 7 x 5mm centre stone
2 (5 x 4mm stones)


DIAMONDS - Old Mine cut diamonds
Total carat weight 0.50cts


MATERIALS - 18ct yellow gold/precious opal/diamonds


HALLMARK - Stamped '18ct' (tested using touchstone as 18ct gold)


CONDITION - This superb ring is in very good condition for the age of the jewel. The opals are not abraded the diamonds are bright and lively and the setting is impressive for such an antique ring all the sones are firmly set.

Early 20th Century 18ct Gold, Opal and Diamond Three Stone Ring, Circa 1910

  • Total ring width - 20mm
    Height - 5mm when worn on the finger

    Resizing available upon request, here.



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