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Attributed to Garrard & Co [London]

Cullinan IX Ring circa 1911

Diamond, platinum | 2.2 x 1.8 cm (whole object) | RCIN 250527

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The smallest of the nine principal stones cut from the Cullinan Diamond is a pendeloque or stepped pear-shaped stone which weighs 4.4 metric carats and is mounted in an openwork 12-claw setting.
  • Creator(s)

    Attributed to Garrard & Co [London] (jeweller)

  • 2.2 x 1.8 cm (whole object)

  • Queen Mary's

  • Queen Mary's Cullinan IX ring, the Cullinan IX was the smallest of the six numbered stones from the great Cullinan Diamond given to Queen Mary in 1910 by the Government of South Africa. Queen Mary had the stone set as a ring and bequethed it to The Queen, together with the other Cullinan diamonds, in 1953.

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