This elegant 1950's ring diamond eternity was made by W Drummond and Company. Set with seven baguette cut diamonds, running length ways along the finger is a beautiful example of the streamlined simplicity of 1950's jewellery. Set in 18 karat white gold and platinum the ring is in perfect condition and would compliment a number of different style of engagement and wedding rings.
7=1.25ct ETDW- F/G color Vs clarity
Stamped WD & Co
William Drummond & Co was arguably the premier jeweller of Melbourne at the close of the Victorian era and well into the 20th century. Most famous internationally for the design and manufacture of Queen Elizabeth II’s famous yellow and white diamond wattle brooch, presented to her from the government and people of Australia on her first visit to Australia in 1954.