Perfect for an avid Georgian jewellery collector, this Georgian 15ct Gold Pearl mourning ring is simply sensational. Poised at the centre this 19th Century ring flaunts delicate braided hair work surrounded by dainty ivory-toned pearls, a quintessential antique sentimental piece.
Georgians wore mourning jewellery with dark macabre themes, however, this style of antique jewellery came to the height of popularity when Queen Victoria was mourning the death of her beloved Prince Albert.
Her ring band is crafted from buttery 15ct Gold that wraps around your finger effortlessly, feathering at the shoulders formed into symbolic acanthus leaves. A highly prized collectable, you will never tire of her sheer beauty!
ERA: Georgian, c.1800
RING SIZE: UK Size J.5 / US Size 5
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MEASUREMENTS: Ring head is 11mm long x 12.5mm wide.
Hair work 5.5mm long x 8.5mm wide.
Pearls approximately 2mm diameter.
Ring is 2.5mm at the band back.
MATERIALS: 15ct Gold, Pearl, Hair.
HALLMARKS: Tested as 15ct Gold throughout.
EXCELLENT: This Georgian 15ct Gold Pearl mourning ring is in exquisite condition, incredible considering it is 220 years old. The 15ct Gold has gracefully aged to a beautiful buttery finish, perfectly complementing the pearls and dark blonde hairwork. Sitting flat on the finger, this piece allows for comfortable and easy wear.