A stunnning five stone ring from the Edwardian era circa 1900s comprising five round creamy white pearls in a row across the finger. The pearls are claw set to a decorative yellow gold gallery and in the space between each pearl, to either edge of the ring, is a rose cut diamond. Carved grooved shoulders and D shaped cross section band.
The front of the ring measures approx 19.00mm from shoulder-to-shoulder and approx. 5.30mm from edge-to-edge.
Not hallmarked, reacts to testing as approx 18ct yellow gold. Finger size L1/2 (UK/Australia), 5 7/8 (US/Canada) with some scope for resizing.