1860s Victorian Garnet and Pearl Ring
An antique Victorian era ring made of 12kt yellow gold and set with two spessartite garnets and pearls. A beautiful combination of juicy garnets, gray-white pearls and scalloped crown motive makes this ring very gentle and feminine.
The crown has a lovey slightly elevated gallery supporting the stones. The shank has a floral ornament - typical for Victorian era jewelry. The ring is fully hallmarked, it comes from Birmingham (UK) and dates back to the year 1860.
The ring is in a very good state with some signs of wear to the rear garnets (facets wear).
Will make a great wearable daily piece for antique jewelry lovers!
Hallmarks: British hallmarks for 12 ct gold, Birmingham assay office of year 1860; acid-tested as 12kt gold;
Garnets: 1 x 6x5 mm and 1 - 5x3 mm; 2 pearls of 4.5 mm in diameter each;
Size: US 6.5 or EU 17 or 53 - can be adjusted.
Weight: 1.4 g.
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