Edwardian convertible diamond ring/bangle. Set to centre with a single cushion shape old mine cut diamond, H colour, VS1 clarity, with an approximate weight of 1.35 carats in an open backclaw setting, encircled by ten cushion shape old mine cut diamonds in open back claw settings with a combined weight of 2.20 carats, flanked by six cushion shape old mine cut diamonds in open back grain settings with a combined weight of 0.35 carats, the bangle is set with sixteen cushion shape old mine cut diamonds in open back grain settings with a combined weight of 1.20 carats. The total approximate diamond weight is 4.75 carats, the ring is set to an elegant cluster design, with curving claws, an intricately pierced gallery and open backholing, leading to trumpeting shoulders and flowing through to a solid D-shapeshank, the bangle features milllegrain detail and polished borders, leading to smoothly tapering shoulders, fitted to the side with a secure hinged clasp and safety chain, diameter of bangle 5.7cm. Testedrose gold and platinum, circa 1910, accompanied by fitted box and tool, accompanied by Gemmological Institute of America (GIA) report #2203163963.
The head of the ring converts into the centre of the bangle with an intricate screw mechanism, accompanied by tool and fitted box.