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A delightful 18 karat yellow gold sapphire and diamond five stone gypsy ring that was hallmarked in 1917 in Chester, UK. It is a very pretty example displaying a pleasing colour in the sapphires, the 'cornflower blue' hue usually derives from Sri Lanka or Ceylon as it was at that time. The claw set stones are all old cut gems set in this traditional gypsy antique ring. This antique ring is a fine example of Victorian design that continued to be popular throughout this period too and makes for great stacking ring. Made in 1917 one can only guess what story this ring had to tell during such turbulent times.


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RING SIZE – UK L / US 5 ¾ / EU 50 7/8 


MEASUREMENT – 18mm wide band, 3mm high on the finger




CARAT WEIGHT -  0.40ct total approx. (1 x 0.20ct, 2 x 0.10ct)
COLOUR - Light, 'Cornflower Blue'
CUT - Round, old cut




CARAT WEIGHT -  0.10ct total approx. (x 2 0.05ct)



CUT - Old Cut Stones 


WEIGHT – 2.3g 


MATERIALS – 18k yellow gold/sapphire/diamond 


HALLMARK – Full 18k Hallmark for Chester 1917


CONDITION – Very good overall condition commensurate with the age of the ring. The stones are all secure, with the gold decoration being crisp and in good order.

Edwardian 18ct Yellow Gold Sapphire and Diamond Five Stone Gypsy Ring Circa 1917

  • 18mm wide band, 3mm high on the finger

    Resizing available upon request, here.



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