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Antique 18k Opal Diamond Boat Ring 1912
Antique 18k Opal Diamond Boat Ring 1912
Antique 18k Opal Diamond Boat Ring 1912
Antique 18k Opal Diamond Boat Ring 1912
Antique 18k Opal Diamond Boat Ring 1912
Antique 18k Opal Diamond Boat Ring 1912
Antique 18k Opal Diamond Boat Ring 1912
Antique 18k Opal Diamond Boat Ring 1912
Antique 18k Opal Diamond Boat Ring 1912
Antique 18k Opal Diamond Boat Ring 1912
Antique 18k Opal Diamond Boat Ring 1912
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Antique 18k Opal Diamond Boat Ring 1912

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Antique 18k yellow gold boat ring from Birmingham, United Kingdom c 1912, crafted by Eyles and Williams. This Edwardian transition piece features three radiating cabochon cut opals and two old mine cut diamonds. The gallery of this ring has lattice eyelet detailing and classic filigree on its shoulders.

Excellent antique condition

Size: 6.5 resizable*
Weight: 2.3 grams
Band: 6.0 mm (front), 2.6 mm (back), 4.7 mm (height)
Opals: 2.5 mm x 1 round cut, 2.0 mm x 2 round cabochon cuts
Diamonds: 1.5 mm x 2 old mine cuts
Hallmarks: crown for gold, 18 for 18k, anchor for Birmingham, “n” for 1912, “E&W” for makers mark, 1179