This Georgian Sugarloaf Garnet Pearl cluster ring is rich in gothic beauty. Inlaid with a delicious 1.00ct sangria sugarloaf Garnet and plump Natural Pearls, this antique ring is a lovely piece of highly collectable mourning jewellery.
Not only is this Georgian Gold ring a delight to look at, but she is also super comfortable to wear. The inside of the band has smoothened to mould to your finger, with a faint obituary inscription dating this piece to 1811. Not to mention, the 12ct Gold has accrued a delicious buttery sheen. Everything about this ring will make you want her in your collection straight away.
ERA: Georgian, c.1811.
RING SIZE: UK Size N / US Size 6 & 1/2
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MEASUREMENTS: Garnet Pearl cluster 12mm long x 14mm wide.
Sugarloaf garnet 4.5mm long x 8.5mm wide x 2.5mm deep. (Approx 1.00ct)
Pearls 3mm diameter.
Ring band graduates from 3mm wide at the back 12mm wide at the centre.
MATERIALS: Solid 12ct Gold, Garnet, Natural Pearl.
HALLMARKS: Tests as Solid 12ct Gold. Faint inscription "ob 30th March 1811 at 16".
VERY GOOD: This Georgian sugarloaf Garnet Pearl cluster ring is in superb condition. The inscription inside the band has faded from age, but the Garnet cabochon is completely smooth with no chips or scratches. There is light to moderate wear to some of the Pearls, but considering that this ring is over 200 years old, all these small signs of wear are to be expected. Nevertheless, you are promised a delightful piece of history.