Period: c. 1900s-1920s late/post Victorian (mid-1900s Mid Century / Victorian Revival also possible, but this style was more popular leading into and out of WWI, right up until the crash of 1929/'30).
Marks: The interior of the shank is stamped “18” and has a box-stamp stating “W.L&Co” — the stamp most resembles that of William Locke & Company in Birmingham, though this ring does not have Birmingham stamps.
Materials: 18K gold; diamond
Dimensions: The diamond measures 9.12 mm north-to-south; the ring stands 3.90 mm tall above the finger
Size: 8 1/2 (free sizing)
Center: 1.14 carat Oval Rose Cut diamond (GIA certified as Oval Modified Brilliant; H color; SI1 clarity)
Sides: .36 ctw., est. two half-moon Rose Cut diamonds (approx. F color and VS2-SI1 clarity overall)
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