Here's an antique charm - a ruby and diamond ring from the Edwardian era, ca 1910s, with all the grace and detail we have come to love from the period. The centrepiece is a large oval-cut ruby, highly faceted, of five and a half carat in weight. The hue is deep and rich, what's traditionally known as "pigeon-blood red". It's mounted in fourteen yellow-gold claws - and corresponding with this, fourteen eight-cut diamonds surround, each claw-set individually, each eight points in weight, for a combined diamond weight of 1.12 carat. But we are not finished yet, for fourteen rubies form an outer surround, each oval-cut, faceted, rubover-set within a scalloped outline. These rubies bring in a further 28 points. The ring is crafted in 18kt yellow gold, with an ornate basket mount, and hand-engraved shoulders. We tend to think of the Edwardian era as a lost bygone age, but its romance, I think, lives on: in such beauty and craftsmanship and our love of it.
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