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Georgian Iberian 14ct Gold Emerald Amethyst Cabochon Trilogy Ring

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This Georgian Iberian 14ct Gold Emerald Amethyst cabochon trilogy ring is steeped in colourful history! Handcrafted in the Iberian peninsula 260 years ago, this dramatic trilogy ring is composed of a deep violet Amethyst cabochon, nestled between two lively apple-green Emerald cabochons. 

Antique Portuguese and Spanish jewellery fully celebrated the mixture of coloured gemstones, and this outstandingly vibrant ring is no exception! Poised upon a sculpted 14ct Gold shank, her three eye-catching gems provide wonderful coverage. 

We feel incredibly lucky to find an 18th-century Iberian ring in such fine condition! A unique trilogy ring of great age, this Georgian treasure will be like no other in your jewellery box. 

Item Details:

ERA: Georgian c.1760.

RING SIZE: UK Size L / US Size 5 & 1/2
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MEASUREMENTS: Ring face measures 20mm long x 7mm wide.
Ring brand measures 3mm wide at the back. 
Emerald cabochons measure 3.5mm long x 6mm wide, weighing approx. 0.40ct each.
Total Emerald weight approx. 0.80ct.
Amethyst cabochon measures 6mm long x 7.5mm wide, weighing approx. 0.95ct. 
Weight: 2.6g.

MATERIALS:  Tests as 14ct Gold, Emerald Cabochon (0.80ct), Amethyst Cabochon (0.95ct).

STAMPS & HALLMARKS: None present.

PACKAGING: Your ring will be shipped in a luxury velvet Lillicoco presentation box.


VERY GOOD: This Georgian Iberian 14ct Gold Emerald Amethyst cabochon trilogy ring is in very good condition, especially when considering her age (260 years old!) Each gemstone is saturated in colour and securely set in a bezel, so you can wear her with confidence. Note that one Emerald cabochon is chipped with some minor wear throughout, however, this can only be seen under close inspection, and her intense colour draws away all attention. Each gemstone has a closed-back setting, a stylistic hallmark of the Georgian era, also ensuring comfortable wear. There is wear to her decorative engravings, especially to the back of her shank, commensurate with age. Her shank is not perfectly round, however, she still sits flush on the hand and wears comfortably. It has been 'built up' by adding additional Gold inside the band, for strength - allowing this treasure to last for many more years to come! All in all, this Iberian trilogy ring will excite any antique jewellery lover!

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