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Andrew Grima

1966
A stunning 18ct yellow gold and 2.11ct diamond solitaire ring of woven open wirework design.
£38,500.00
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An 18ct yellow gold and diamond solitaire ring by Andrew Grima 1966 centred with a beautiful emerald-cut diamond weighing 2.11cts and of D colour and VS2 clarity in corner claw setting within a modern openwork woven style mount formed of gold threads.
Specifications
  • OriginLondon
  • Gemstones and Other Materials2.11ct D VS2 emerald-cut diamond with GIA certificate (6204412217).
  • Condition ReportVery fine
  • Setting18ct yellow gold with partial maker’s mark (worn) and London assay marks.
  • Weight description6.7 grams
  • DimensionsUK finger size P 1/2
Directors notes
This wonderful ring is Grima design No.231 and was made in 1966 just prior to the opening of Andrew Grima's own shop on Jermyn Street in the October of that year.

Grima, Andrew

For a man whose jewellery career began more by accident than by design, Andrew Grima would prove instrumental in changing the face of post-war British jewellery with his bold, audacious and innovative jewellery. 

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