A stunning little Jewellery made in the Georgian era (1714-1830). treasure! This 62.5% pure gold (or 625 parts pure gold and 375 parts other metals). Popular during the Victorian, Edwardian and Art Deco eras but was discontinued in the mid-1930s. gold ring was made circa 1800-1820 and is set with a pear shaped A thin metal foil placed behind a gemstone within a closed-back setting to improve its optical performance. Metallic foil improves the reflectivity of certain gemstones, whilst coloured foils act as colouring agents when placed behind colourless materials, such as paste and rock crystal. These stones were typically set in silver closed backs to shield the fo... More One of the four ‘precious’ stones. An intense, deep green is the most desirable colour for emeralds. Flaws and cloudiness (‘jardin’) are very common in emeralds, so stones are often oiled, irradiated, and dyed to improve their look. Synthetic emeralds have fewer imperfections and are hard to set apart from natural stones. Emeralds belong to the beryl... More. Four small diamonds frame it with an emerald on either side. It is quite rare to find Georgian emerald rings as so many have not survived the test of time.
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Georgian 15ct Gold Pear Shaped Emerald & Diamond Ring
|Date & Origin||Georgian (1714-1830), English|
|Measurements||Emerald 7 mm by 4 mm|
Diamonds approx total weight 8 points
|Current Size|| UK L, US 5 ¾, French 51, Japanese 10 ½ Eligible for Free Sizing |
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|Hallmarks||Unmarked, tested to 15ct gold|
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