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Rare Georgian 22ct Gold Chrysoberyl Solitaire Ring, 1.40ct c.1805

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This rare Georgian 22ct Gold Chrysoberyl solitaire ring is a dream come true! Elegant and understated yet steeped in history, this antique Gold ring has a 1.40ct Chrysoberyl, is fully hallmarked to 1805 and has a 22ct Gold band. 

The colour and clarity of this Chrysoberyl is truly breathtaking; akin to a pool of rich olive oil, this gem is exactly what you want a Chrysoberyl to be! The smooth 22ct Gold band has aged perfectly, accruing a rich warmth from age that really brings out the green fire of the Chrysoberyl. You will treasure this Georgian ring for another lifetime, an heirloom piece your ancestors will want to hold onto too. 

Item Details:

ERA: Georgian, c.1805. 

RING SIZE: UK Size O.5 / US Size 7 & 1/4
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MEASUREMENTS: Chrysoberyl is 7.5mm long x 6.5mm wide x 3.5mm deep. (Chrysoberyl is approx 1.40ct)
The 22ct Gold band is 3.5mm wide at the back and tapers to 8mm wide at the Chrysoberyl. 
Ring profile is 3mm high.
Weight: 2.7g.

MATERIALS:  Solid 22ct Gold, Solid 9ct Gold, Chrysoberyl.

HALLMARKS:  "WW" Maker's Mark, Side Profile, date letter "K" for the year 1805, Crown, "22" London Assay inside band. Tests as 9ct Gold setting.


VERY GOOD: This rare Georgian 22ct Gold chrysoberyl solitaire ring is exquisite. Considering that this ring is over 215 years old, it is remarkable that she has remained in such good nick. The Chrysoberyl itself is fabulous, free from chips and is secure within its settings. There is a little antique solder mark on the corner of the settings gallery which is barely noticeable, nothing to worry about and does not distract or detract from its overall beauty. The ring is complete with a full set of rare Georgian hallmarks, assayed in London in 1805 - the year of the battle of Trafalgar!