A diamond and ruby target cluster ring,

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Lot 150
A diamond and ruby target cluster ring,
circa 1910

Sold for £ 1,875 (US$ 2,474) inc. premium

Jewellery

7 Sep 2011, 11:00 BST

London, Knightsbridge

A diamond and ruby target cluster ring, circa 1910
The old brilliant-cut diamond within a surround of channel-set calibré-cut rubies, to an outer ring of old-brilliant-cut diamonds, diamonds approx. 1.50ct total, ring size H (sizing band)
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Item contains ruby or jadeite

Please note ruby and jadeite gem stones of Burmese (Myanmar) origin may not be imported into the US. Rubies and jadeite of non-Burmese origin require certification before import into the US.

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