This rare Edwardian 15ct Gold Enamel Garnet mourning ring is absolutely spectacular! Inlaid with a juicy 1.90ct Garnet, this ring has gorgeous black Enamel acanthus leaves on the shoulder and is hallmarked to 1902.
This ring is a fabulous piece of Edwardian jewellery, with a distinct Victorian revival style. The entirety of the ring is crafted from solid 15ct Gold and has a rare Chester assay. We love the way that this ring looks on the finger, exuding power and prowess.
ERA: Edwardian, c.1902.
RING SIZE: UK Size O / US Size 7
Resizing available on request
MEASUREMENTS: Garnet 7.2mm long x 10.1mm wide x 2.4mm deep. (Approx 1.90ct).
Ring band graduates from 2mm wide at the back to 7mm wide at the ring shoulders.
MATERIALS: Solid 15ct Gold, Enamel, Garnet.
HALLMARKS: Maker's Mark "WHR", Chester Assay, "15", "925", date letter "B" for the year 1902.
EXCELLENT: This rare Edwardian 15ct Gold Enamel Garnet mourning ring is in near mint condition! Both the Garnet and the Enamel are pristine, with no chips, scratches or abrasions to the surface and the Garnet is completely secure too. We do believe that the ring has been resized in its long life, so we don't recommend resizing this ring down only resizing it up by one size. The hallmarks are crisp and easy to decipher, so we can confidently date this ring to almost 120 years ago!