An extremely rare and beautiful flower cluster ring from the late Georgian or early Victorian era crafted from 15ct Gold, Turquoise and a single rose cut Diamond. Although dainty it really does command a presence, the bright and cheerful cabochon Turquoise and the gorgeous shape of the Gold setting drawing the eye and enchanting the senses.
The ring is in fantastic condition for something that clearly been loved for over 200 years. The bright Turquoise gems are beautifully rounded and smooth to the touch with no damage whatsoever, and the rose cut Diamond twinkles just like it would have when it was first made.
Adding the wonderful history of the piece is the beautiful engraving inside the band, which reads: "Sir. H.J. Senhouse. Died 1845".
It really is a charming ring, full of authentic antique character and a must-have for any collector.
ERA: Georgian to Early Victorian, 1800's
MEASUREMENTS/RING SIZE: UK Size L / US Size 5.5
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MATERIALS: 15ct Gold, Turquoise, Diamond
HALLMARKS: None, tested as 15ct Gold.
CONDITION: Very Good
This sweet antique 15ct Gold Turquoise and Diamond flower ring is in very good condition, and is truly a joy to wear. The 5 natural Turquoise gemstones are in excellent condition and the Gold is free from any damage. The inscription hand engraved inside the band is crisp and gorgeous. The small glazed back to the flower missing but the inner concealed compartment is present. There is no thinning to the back of the band which tells us this ring was either hardly worn during it's time, or has been a most cherished and closely guarded item.
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