This is undeniably as fine as they come! If you love antique jewellery then this Georgian 18ct Gold mourning cluster ring is an absolute must-have!
Boasting a rare set of hallmarks including a king Georgian IV silhouette and a date letter dating this ring to the year 1827, this is a superb collector's piece and would make the most wonderful addition to your life!
A deep red juicy Garnet sits plumply in the heart of the most curvaceous natural Pearls, all displayed in sumptuous 18ct Gold.
Allow your gaze to be draw across the ornately engraved Gold, the wide 4mm band feeling comfortable and secure against the skin when worn.
On the inside of the feature a hand engraved memorial note reads "Charles Martin, Ob, 3 Feb, 1828 At 65", a beautiful memorial piece and an important piece of history.
ERA: Georgian c.1827
RING SIZE: UK Size P & 1/2 / US Size 7 & 3/4
Resizing available on request
MEASUREMENTS: The feature is 14mm across x 13mm wide x 3.5mm deep
The Garnet is 8mm long x 6mm wide
Total Garnet weight is approx. 1.56ct
The Pearls are 2.5mm in diameter
The band is 4mm wide at the back
MATERIALS: 18ct Yellow Gold, Garnet, Pearl
HALLMARKS: Maker's Mark "SR", King Georgian IV Silhouette, "Crown", London Assay, date letter "m" for the year 1827
This Georgian 18ct Gold mourning cluster ring is in wonderful antique condition, so much so it's hard to believe she's 192 years old! The Garnet is perfectly smooth and the Pearls have been kept pristine with all of them being creamy and lustrous. The gold is bright and all the settings intact, the engraved patterns are still deep and clear with some very minor wear in keeping with age. The hallmarks are large and visible making this a rare collector's piece to be worn and enjoyed for many years to come!