THIS giant diamond is still unclaimed as the owner of a dazzling ring is yet to come forward.
The 2.00-carat rock, which sits on an 18- carat gold band, was handed in to the Evening News after being found in the street.
Jewellers have given the glamorous piece a second-hand value of up to £7,000.
A hunt has since been launched to find the owner of the solitaire cut engagement ring.
However despite appeals in the Evening News, no-one has come forward to claim it.
A Scarborough town centre jeweller who inspected the ring, said: “In the big scheme of things, compared to what people generally walk about with on their fingers, the size is larger than most.
“This in itself makes it very unusual that it should be found in the street somewhere.”
If you believe the ring to be yours please call in to the Evening News office in Aberdeen Walk and provide your details.
You need to be able to provide proof such as documentation or details about the hallmark, stone and date letter.
Contact reporter Laura Crothers on (01723) 383808 or email email@example.com