Antique 18k diamond trilogy gypsy ring from Birmingham c 1913-1914 by British designer, Frederick James Partridge. This Victorian ring features two rose cuts and one old mine cut diamond in a starburst setting.
Good antique condition - thin shank does not affect wear, lightly scuffed
Size: 6.25 - 6.5
Weight: 2.71 grams
Band: 6.7 mm (front), 2.1 mm (back)
Diamond: 2.4 mm x old mine cut, 1 mm x 2 rose cuts
Hallmarks: 18 for 18k, anchor for Birmingham, F.J.P for maker’s mark
About the maker:
Frederick James Partridge c.1877-1946, "FJP" was an English jeweler, silversmith and teacher of jewelery making, active circa 1901–1930. His works are in the Art Nouveau style. He has been called the "British René Lalique".
He established himself as an artist and art jeweler, at some time before 1911 and worked from a studio in London.
Two of Fred Partridge's works from 1928 are in the collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.