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Georgian diamond and enamelmemorial ring. Centrally composed of an oval plaque of dark blue engine turned enamel, the centre set with three cushion shaped old mine cut diamonds vertically set in closed backsilvercut down settings with a combined approximate weight of 0.25 carats, encircled with a single row of twenty one cushion shape old mine cut diamonds in closed back silver cut down settings with a combined weight of 0.95 carats. The total approximate diamond wight is 1.15 carats, to an elegant oval cluster design featuring curving claws, a solid polished gallery and closed backholing, the slightly raised trumpeting shoulders flow through to a solid tapering D-shapeshank. Tested yellow gold with silver settings, circa 1790.