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FS/FT Unusual 14K Sapphire+Diamond ring £330.00

£330.00 @ Ring
Purchased in the US, with no receipt but have included UK jeweller valuation for the ring which was for £1850 (see pictures). All in excellent condition, and have been cleaned in an ultrasonic cle…
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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months agoFeedback:124 Positive/1 Neutral/0 Negative
Purchased in the US, with no receipt but have included UK jeweller valuation for the ring which was for £1850 (see pictures).

All in excellent condition, and have been cleaned in an ultrasonic cleaner.

Ring description from valuation: "an unusual design comprising a large central dark blue faceted marquis cut sapphire and eight round brilliant cut white diamonds. The centre stone is secured at the top and bottom into a wishbone shaped tension setting with four diamonds to each side below.The diamonds graduate slightly in size and are secured into white gold channel settings. Completing the ring is a plain polished yellow gold shank. Unhallmarked, stamped and tested as 14K gold. "

Approx Sapphire measurement : 10x5 mm Marquis
Approx diamond measurement : 4@ 3.5mm round, 4@3.25mm round

One Thousand, eight hundred and fifty pounds only "

The Original valuation certificate will be supplied with the ring. Ring is approximately size N based on wife's finger and online ring sizing chart.

Open to offers, and may trade for a Canon Didital SLR (earlt 300D or 350D ?)
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Agreed price will include fully insured special delivery.
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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months agoFeedback:124 Positive/1 Neutral/0 Negative
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#2
i take it the wedding is off then or is it stolen????
#3
Love the ring. How much was it purchased in the US for? Which shop in the US was it purchased fom? If it is 'worth' £1850.00 why are you selling it at such a low price??? Even if that was an insurance valuation, surely you'd get a lot more for it than just £330?
#4
wickedteen
i take it the wedding is off then or is it stolen????


wpunter
Love the ring. How much was it purchased in the US for? Which shop in the US was it purchased fom? If it is 'worth' £1850.00 why are you selling it at such a low price??? Even if that was an insurance valuation, surely you'd get a lot more for it than just £330?


Not stolen, honest !

Was purchased in the US way back in '92 at a jeweller in Chicago. Don't remember what I paid and receipt lost in mist of time. We did get it valued when we got back for the insurance purposes as we had to declare anything over £1500 on the policy - hence the valuation from '92.

As I understand it the insurance valuation is the cost to get an equivalent replacement at full retail, and Jewellers are complete robbers with 60%+ mark-ups

This is obviously second hand, its US gold so not hallmarked, and I don't have the original receipt, and I am keen to sell (see my other threads with other bits and pieces of wife's collection), hence the price.

I have check what I would get with one of those "cash for gold" places (but thats based on the gold and stone raw value) and I'd rather sell the ring on as is cos its truly a stunning ring.
banned#5
why have you got so many rings to sell?
#6
bykergrove
why have you got so many rings to sell?


Nothing sinister ..

Wife had a bit of a clearout, that's all. Took a load of broken stuff as well to the £5-a-gram jeweller as well.

Finances taking a bit of a bettering and the missus says she never wears this stuff any more.

Fist time I listed, mods closed them down as thought I was a trader. Proved thats not the case, just a man with a wife who likes twinklies (maybe part of the reason finances arent as good as they were :)) and cleared by mods to re-list.

I've got loads of feedback on HDUK, hardly any of it relating to jewellery...
#7
bump number one
#8
you said that " I have check what I would get with one of those "cash for gold" places " how much was they offering ?
#9
I was offerred £280 for gold / stone value alone

There's a proper jeweller who does 2nd hand in the centre of Edinburgh - probably go there next (bit of a hassle)

Interested ?
#10
bump number two
#11
final bump - off to the jeweller in town tomorrow I fear ...
#12
mods please cloze
[mod]#13
Closed at OP Request.

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