An extremely rare and beautiful antique Pearl cluster ring from the late Georgian period, circa 1830. It's been crafted from the finest materials available at the time, 15ct Gold, lustrous natural Seed Pearls, and a single twinkling old cut Diamond that can't help but make you smile!
It's an elegant ring that really commands a presence, with beautiful details everywhere from the stunning ornately patterned shoulders to the delicate crimped setting around the Pearls.
The ring is in fantastic condition for something that clearly been loved for over 200 years. The rich yellow Gold and the sumptuous Pearls abound with the glamour and refinement of an age gone by... Will you be the one to revive her?!
ERA: Late Georgian c.1830
RING SIZE: UK Size K 1/4 / US Size 5 1/4
The setting measures 9mm in diameter and stands 4mm from the finger when worn.
The Diamond measures 2mm in diameter.
The Pearls each measure approx. 3mm in diameter.
Resizing available on request - just send us a message to enquire!
MATERIALS: 15ct Yellow Gold, Diamond, Pearl.
HALLMARKS: None present. Tested as 15ct Gold.
A rare and collectible Georgian Pearl cluster ring that has stood the test of time with grace. The Pearls are in excellent condition with a creamy lustre and good nacre coverage and the beautiful Gold setting is free from any damage. The Pearls have some natural colour variation but are well matched as a whole. There is evidence of a previous re-sizing to the inside of the band but apart from that it appears to have hardly been worn! The re-sizing is not visible outside the band, so when she is worn she'll look perfect. As with many of it's counter-parts a small glazed locket compartment to the back of the ring is missing. This does not detract from its beauty one bit. All in all a very fine antique flower ring that deserves to be worn!
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