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Georgian Turquoise Diamond Gold Cluster Flower Ring - Circa 1810

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SKU: 1263


An extremely rare and beautiful flower ring from the Georgian era, Circa 1810, crafted from 18ct Gold, Turquoise and a single rose cut Diamond. Although dainty it really does command a presence, the vibrant cabochon Turquoise and the gorgeous open scrolled design drawing the eye and enchanting the senses. 

The ring is in fantastic condition for something that clearly been loved for over 200 years. The bright Turquoise gems are beautifully rounded and smooth to the touch with no damage whatsoever, and the rose cut Diamond twinkles just like it would have when it was first made.

It really is a charming ring, full of authentic antique character and a must-have for any collector. 

ERA: Georgian (1714-1837)

The turquoise flower measures 6.5mm in diameter. The band widens from 1mm at the base to 4
mm at the setting.

Weight: 1.3g
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MATERIALS:  18ct Gold, Turquoise, Diamond.

HALLMARKS: None present, tested as 18ct Gold. 

The 5 natural Turquoise gemstones are in excellent condition and the Gold is free from any damage. As with most items of this age it does show some signs of being worn and enjoyed. Small glazed back to the flower missing, but it is nevertheless a rare and charming ring.


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