Comments for Filigree Saphire & Diamond Ring Mounted/set in 18crt Gold

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Uploading of Saphire/Diamond Filigree Ring
by: Julie Mc Alister

Dear Yvonne,
Hi there back from Down Under :) Thankyou
Very much for the information regarding hallmarks.

I reverted back to hall marking in the absence of my photos. I would dearly love to try and re post them to you. Is this a possibility? It is quite a stunning ring and looks very very old and soo intricate in its detail. I would love your expect advice on any aspect of this ring.

Warmest & Kindest Regards
Julie :)

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Research the Date Letter
by: Yvonne

Hi Julie

good morning down-under! Your ring describes gorgeousness!

Julie, it is quite easy to upload an image on Antique Jewelry Investor.


Julie, we can only devote a certain amount of time gratis, for each submission. Without an image of the mark, we are, ah.. flying blind. This is a hallmark question and should have been posted in the hallmark forum.

The marks could be British Hallmarks. I had a quick search and closest i could match, in time alloted, and with no visual clue, was a UK maker S.B L Ld:

STONE BROS. Jewelers, Manchester, UK. ca 1950s - 1980s

To confirm or refute, the date year stamp should be investigated.

If the ring was made by the above maker, the dates would indicate it is not an antique diamond and sapphire engagement ring.

If the marks are genuine English hallmarks and not aping English hallmarks, (as many jewelry marks do) cross reference the last letter which should be the date year stamp against the date letter charts found by clicking on the appropriate links on the following page: Researching British Hallmarks.

Every detail of the date letter, must match including the surround. When you have found the date year, you have a truism to work from.

Best Wishes
Yvonne


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Hallmarks
by: Julie (Aus)

Hi all,
Could someone please help me with the hallmarks on this ring. I apologize for the missing photos. They must have got lost in cyber space from Australia.
Kind Regards,
Julie :)

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