This 18ct Gold Georgian Garnet Pearl ring is a stunning find! An eye-catching piece of history, this Georgian ring is fully hallmarked to 1833-1835, with a 1.10ct blood red Garnet at the centre.
If you love rings that ooze with majesty and valour, then this ring will soon be in your jewellery box! There is so much fine detail within this mourning ring, with a dainty inscription in the band, decorative shoulders and original natural Pearls. Not to mention, it's very comfortable to wear too.
ERA: Georgian, c.1833 - 1835.
RING SIZE: UK Size O / US Size 7
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MEASUREMENTS: Garnet 7.5mm long x 5.5mm wide (Approx 1.10ct).
Pearls 1.5mm diameter.
Band graduates from 2.5mm wide at the back to 10mm wide at the front.
MATERIALS: Solid 18ct Gold, Garnet, Pearl.
HALLMARKS: Maker's Mark "SS", "18", London Leopard Assay, date letter "U" for the year 1835. Inscribed on the inside "James J. Othwaite, Obt 12th October 1833, Oc 24".
EXCELLENT-VERY GOOD: This 18ct Gold Georgian Garnet Pearl ring is in incredible condition for its age. The inscription and Georgian hallmarks are completely crisp, and the finely detailed shoulders are immaculate. There are some tiny nibbles to a few of the Pearls and Garnet, but considering that this is the only signs of wear for an almost 190 year old ring, this can be easily forgiven! Nevertheless, this is a wonderful opportunity to nab a fully hallmarked Georgian ring.