An absolutely stunning Edwardian era navette ring designed by renowned American firm Bailey, Banks and Biddle. This beauty showcases an Australian black opal with an old mine cut diamond surround. The central opal displays stunning color play with electric flashes of green, violet, and yellow. It measures 6.5 mm by 4.8 mm.
Great quality old mine cut diamonds throughout - all G/H in color and VS/SI1 in clarity overall. They weigh a total of approximately 0.7 carats. The shank is marked “BB&B 18376” for makers mark and serial number. Easily resizable, this timeless heirloom would make a great addition to any collection.
Metal: 14K Yellow Gold
Weight: 3.5 grams
Black Opal: 6.5 mm by 4.8 mm
Diamonds: Approximately 0.7 carats
Ring Size: 4.25 (resizable)
Markings: “BB&B 18376”
Condition: In very good antique condition with some minor wear consistent with age. One old mine cut diamond has been previously replaced with a modern stone, but it matches very well in color and clarity with the other diamonds.
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