This is a gorgeous edwardian revival 9k yellow gold trilogy opal and diamond gypsy ring. This ring features 3 opals, each of the opals is gypsy set with the central opal flanked by two diamonds on each side. The opals are beautiful, there is one bigger central opal and two smaller ones. The ring's top is 6.5mm wide. The assay marks place this from c 1968 Birmingham,
The history behind it: this ring is from Birmingham, England from 1968! In the 1700s, the British government mandated that every jeweler must mark their rings with the year it’s from, which makes this an incredible way to know all about the ring, and gives it more value! The crown stands for gold, the 375 stands for 9k, the mark for Birmingham is an anchor, and the ‘n’ places this from 1968, according to the official assay office of England.
Great vintage condition.
Weight: 3.20 grams
A little bit of opal history - the Opal is a stone of lore and legend. It is a healing stone, long associated with the eyes. It is also a stone extensively used in honoring several Goddesses.