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An Edwardian Colored Diamond Ring, of 1.42 carats, circa 1910

The Navette Ring

The function of the ring has always limited its shape but some new patterns appeared towards the end of the 19th century. One of the more successful ring innovations of the 1890s was the navette shape, often set with a larger central gemstone or diamond, within a surround of smaller stones, instead a cluster of stones.

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