A neat and pretty gold and silver Georgian ring that was made circa 1780-1800. It is set with six old mine cut diamonds and a rectangular hessanite garnet which has been foil backed to give it more luminosity. This was a common practice in the Georgian period. The diamonds are set in a silver setting and the shank is 15ct gold.
Love this ring, I have never had a hessanite garnet one before.
|Date & Origin||Georgian (1714-1830), English|
|Measurements||Diamonds approx total weight 40 points|
Hessanite garnet 50 points
|Current Size|| UK K, US 5 ¼, French 50, Japanese 9 ½ Eligible for Free Sizing |
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|Hallmarks||Unmarked, tested to 15ct gold & silver|
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