A true relic, this Georgian 14ct Gold split ring is a wonderful collectible to have if you have a penchant for antique jewellery. Featuring delicate rococo engravings, this rare item can be a remarkable accessory to have in your antique collection!
Any antique afficionado would know that antique split rings are a must-buy in the antique jewellery world! Whether you envision suspending this as a pendant on an antique Gold chain, or you want intricately add some antique fobs or a glittering pendant, this beauty would look resplendent no matter its use!
What truly makes this a Georgian piece is the amazing rococo engravings, a 17th and 18th century artistic movement associated with extravagance and excess. From florals to shells and swirling tendrils, this split ring has it all!
ERA: Georgian (1714-1837)
MEASUREMENTS: Outer diameter 20.1mm.
Inner diameter 16.3mm.
MATERIALS: 14ct Gold.
HALLMARKS: Tested as solid 14ct Gold.
This beautiful Georgia 14ct Gold split ring is in sensational condition, considering that it may have survived almost 300 years! Upon closer inspection, you can see some light wear to the engravings which commensurate with its age. Despite this, it has had perfect preservation, and we are so excited to share it with you! This jewellery staple can be used as a blank canvas for an array of glittering charms or be worn minimally with a fine chain.