Set with a pear-shaped diamond weighing 3.80 carats, British hallmarks and sponsor's mark.
Accompanied by GIA report no. 10841395, dated 3 May 2005, stating that the diamond is D Colour, VS1 Clarity; an insurance valuation and a copy of the original purchase receipt.
Accompanied by GIA report no. 10841395, dated 3 May 2005, stating that the diamond is D Colour, VS1 Clarity, with no fluorescence.
Accompanied by an insurance valuation dated 2005, valuing the ring at £75,000 and a copy of the original purchase receipt dated 14 February 2005.
British hallmarks for 18 carat gold, date stamp 'f' for 2005 and sponsor's mark RJL, further marked Geralds 3.80. Overall in good condition. Total gross weight approximately 6.3g.
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