This Georgian Garnet Pearl cluster ring is something special, artfully preserved after all of these years. Fully hallmarked to 1821 (super rare to find in Georgian jewels), this ring has a sangria hued 1.40ct cabochon Garnet, hugged by pristine Pearls.
We cannot quite believe the quality of this superb ring, especially considering she is 200 years of age. Not to mention, the inscription on the ring's underbelly points to it's mourning jewellery provenance, making this a must-have collector's item! The smooth settings are also super comfortable and luxurious to wear.
ERA: Georgian, c.1821.
RING SIZE: UK Size L.5 / US Size 5 & 7/8
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MEASUREMENTS: Ring face 13.5mm long x 12mm wide.
Garnet is 7.8mm long x 5.7mm wide. (Approx 1.40ct).
Pearls 2mm diameter.
Band graduates from 2mm wide at the back to 9mm wide at the shoulders.
MATERIALS: Solid 18ct Gold, Garnet, Pearl.
HALLMARKS: "W.H", Crown, "18", Birmingham Assay, date letter "X" for 1821. Inscribed "James Bailey, died August 27th 1868, aged 72 year".
EXCELLENT: This Georgian Garnet Pearl cluster ring is in impeccable condition. In fact, it is just as perfect as one can hope an antique ring could be! Considering that this beauty has survived two centuries, there are no signs of wear, to both the gemstones, the engravings, the hallmarks and the buttery bright 18ct Gold. It's very rare to find true Georgian pieces fully hallmarked, but this piece also has a later obituary dated to the Victorian period in 1868. We do obviously recommend that you take good care of her, with no over physical exertion and avoidant of harsh chemicals. What an incredible piece of history, offered to you in mint condition!