Detailed and lovely, this little ring has likely seen some history in its time. The central purple stone tests as glass and is a little lighter than the side stones, which test as sapphire electronically. The shoulders are etched with a triple mark, almost like a thistle and the side stones are set with etched borders, where the central stone is bezel set. Stones are secure in their current settings.
Side stones are rose cut with a point and central stone is lower profile with a table on top. One side stone has a chip under loupe magnification. There are no hallmarks to indicate gold content or origin, but tests for approx 9-10k gold depending on the area of the ring.
There is obvious sign of repair on inspection to the interior and one area has a crack you can see and feel. Although currently in wearable condition, it would be prudent to have this repaired or revised by a jeweler, especially if sizing is required.
Currently an approx size 6.75 and weighing 2.11g, this lovely piece is more of a character item with a history. It is closed back and would not be recommended to get wet