Grima, Andrew

A Vintage 18ct Yellow Gold and Diamond Bombe-Style Dress Ring

A vintage 18ct yellow gold and diamond ring by Andrew Grima, 1967. The ring is made up of 18ct yellow gold asymmetric flat ‘pebbles’ which overlap to create the bombe shape, the ring is accented with two diamond panels with grain set round brilliant cut diamonds.

Further Details

Gemstones and Other Materials8 x round brilliant cut diamonds estimated 0.25cts
Condition ReportVery fine
Setting18ct yellow gold, signed GRIMA, makers marks and hallmarked for 1967
Weight description14.3 grams
DimensionsUK finger size U 1/2, US finger size 10.25 (Can be adjusted)
Front centre: 19.9mm
Back centre: 6.43mm

Directors Notes

Andrew Grima was a true legend of British jewellery design and his creative and distinctive gold work became one of his signatures. This was born from his quest to experiment and develop techniques that created a more organic finish, “… to make gold look like a material which nature might have produced.” Over the years his jewellery caught many an eye, from royalty to fashion icons, connoisseurs and experts to museums. By breaking with the conventions of the era he created jewels that were so original he is often regarded as the father of modern jewellery and his jewels are as coveted today as they were when he designed them.


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Grima, Andrew

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