A truly delectable piece of Georgian jewellery, this rare Georgian 18ct Gold cluster ring is one of the finest rings of its kind that we've ever seen!
All parts of the ring are original and perfectly preserved. The Pearls still have a beautiful cream lustre which is very rare in rings of this age.
Crafted around 200 years ago and having stood the test of tome, this antique ring is a true testament to the skilled jeweller who created this striking piece allowing you to enjoy her for many more years to come.
The three-pronged, leaf-like shoulders are typically Georgian, dating the ring to the 1800's to 1820's, and we're honoured to be taking care of it... until it finds a new forever home.
ERA: Georgian c.1820
RING SIZE: UK Size Q & 1/2 / US Size 8 & 1/4
Resizing available on request
MEASUREMENTS: The feature measures 15.5mm across x 12.5mm wide x 3mm deep.
The Carnelian is 9mm long x 5mm wide.
The Pearls are between 1.5mm-2mm in diameter.
The band is 3.5mm wide at the back.
MATERIALS: 18ct Rose Gold, Carnelian, Pearl.
HALLMARKS: None present. Tested as 18ct Gold.
EXCELLENT: This superb 18ct Gold Georgian cluster ring is in excellent, near mint condition, which is astounding for a ring that's over 200 years old! The fine orange Carnelian (or Cornelian) is pristine with no chips, scuffs or cracks, and of good solid construction so it can be worn without a worry. So many antique Georgian rings are delicate and have been ravaged by time, but you can see this one has been made to last and well cared for throughout its life. The natural Pearls are beautiful, with a cream to ivory colour and elegant Gold overtones that complement the warm tones of the Rose Gold. No damaged, missing or replaced gems and no evidence of re-sizing. An absolute treasure!