French Emerald and Diamond Bombe Cocktail Ring, Circa 1965
A vintage, French, emerald, diamond and gold ring, of bombé design, set with a lozenge shaped emerald, weighing approximately 7.99ct, with three transition-cut diamonds on each side, in platinum four claw settings, with a textured rope gold twist surround, with a French eagle head mark for 18ct gold and a dog head mark for platinum. The emerald measures approximately 14 mm x 13mm x 6.46mm, in our opinion the origin is Zambian, with moderate clarity enhancement, circa 1965.
- Circa 1965
- Modernist emerald and gold ring
- Emerald and diamond
- Finger Size
- I UK / 4 ¼ US
- Good - Wear consistent with age and use
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