This unique white gold ring was made by the jewellery house 'Grima' and features a sizeable boulder opal set with diamonds on a triangular shank. The grooved tapered shank sweeps up to a point where there is a triangular cabochon 'boulder' opal which is claw set and surrounded by 10 round brilliant cut diamonds. Each of the diamonds in the ring are of I colour and SI clarity and total 0.45 carat and have been accented with a ball and wire feature style setting. Grima is the jewellery house founded by Andrew Grima who notably created jewels for The Queen, Princess Margaret and Princess Anne. Virtually all of Andrew Grima's creations are one of a kind and whilst he has passed away the firm is now run by his youngest daughter Francesca Grima. An exceptionally beautiful ring by one of the greatest modernist jewellers in history.
Ring size - 53/N
Marked - '750' for gold purity and 'GRIMA' for maker
Total diamond weight - 0.45 carat
Total weight of piece - 14.7 grams