An unusual and pretty 18ct gold ring that was made circa 1840-1860. It has a central cluster with a rectangular ruby with rose diamonds around it. Around that is a band of black enamel. The shoulders are almost a key design with black and white enamel. It was most likely a memorial ring. It sits low on the finger and is very wearable.
I have never had a ring like this one before!
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Victorian 18ct Gold, Rose Diamond & Black & White Enamel Ring
|Date & Origin||Victorian (1839-1901), English|
|Measurements||Diameter of top 1 cm|
Ruby 15 points
Rose diamonds approx total weight 25 points
|Current Size|| UK M |
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|Hallmarks||Unmarked, tested to 18ct gold|
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