We simply adore this Georgian 18ct Gold sugarloaf Garnet Pearl ring! This gorgeous piece is over 200 years old and has retained all of her original gorgeousness.
The Garnet is a beautiful deep wine red hue and adorned by bright and luminous Pearls. To the back of the ring there is an inscription which reads 'AG to JG', which must be the initials between two people who shared a very special relationship! It's safe to say that no one else will have a piece quite like this in their collection.
ERA: Georgian (1714-1837).
RING SIZE: UK Size M.5 / US Size 6 & 1/4.
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MEASUREMENTS: Pearl Garnet cluster is 19mm long.
Sugarloaf Garnet is 7.5mm long x 5mm wide.
Pearls are 2.5mm in diameter.
Ring band is 3.5mm at the back.
MATERIALS: 18ct Gold, Garnet, Pearl.
STAMPS & HALLMARKS: 'AG to JG'.
PACKAGING: Your ring will be shipped in a luxury velvet Lillicoco presentation box.
VERY GOOD. This Georgian 18ct Gold sugarloaf Garnet Pearl ring is in very good condition. The ring has a gorgeous sugarloaf Garnet in its centre, and is adorned by pretty Pearls. The ring band is robust, with no visible resize marks, and a smooth feel. The inscription still reads clear and given her age this piece is quite remarkable!
All orders are shipped using DHL express and are securely padded in transit, with full tracking and insurance for your peace of mind. Alternate couriers are available by special request.
- FREE EXPRESS DELIVERY on all orders worldwide!
- NEXT-DAY delivery to the UK and EU
- Delivery to the USA in TWO WORKING DAYS
- Orders placed by 1pm (GMT) will be dispatched the same day
You can return your item for a full refund for any reason by simply getting in touch to let us know within 14 days of receiving it.
INCLUDED WITH YOUR ORDER:
This item will arrive beautifully gift wrapped in a Lillicoco presentation box, tied up with a pink ribbon. You’ll also receive a handwritten information booklet and free polishing cloth too!
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