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A super unusual Edwardian lapis lazuli, rose cut diamond and green enamel dome ring dating from circa 1910. The central set large, polish cabochon lapis is a deep blue colour with the typical golden flecks focused around the edge. Detailed with an apple rope edge the lapis is boarder with an intricate interlocking green enamel ribbon like detail throughout which rose cut diamonds are claw set. A wonderful ring that’s so unique in its design and perfect for any antique collectors hoard.


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RING SIZE – UK L½ / US 6¼ / EU 52

Resizing is available upon request. 


MEASUREMENT – 18.7 x 18.3mm head of the ring

18mm internal diameter


WEIGHT – 9.4g


MATERIALS – 18ct gold/ lapis/ diamond/ enamel


HALLMARK – Unmarked not uncommon for the period tested throughout as 10ct gold using  touchstone.


CONDITION – This ring is in very good condition commensurate with age and use. The gold shows little signs of wear, the shank has been altered in the past but doesn’t affect the integrity isn’t visible when worn.  The gems are all securely set and original to the ring.

Edwardian Lapis Lazuli, Rose Cut Diamond and Green Enamel Dome Ring, Circa 1910

  • 18.7 x 18.3mm head of the ring

    18mm internal diameter

    Resizing available upon request, here.



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