A superb Victorian mourning ring perfect for women who love antique jewellery.
Handcrafted 141 years ago, we are proud to be able to offer this mourning ring in such outstanding condition! It is especially rare to find a ring of this kind with all the enamel fully intact with no signs of wear to any component.
a plump maroon Garnet is held proudly in the heart of this spectacular ring, with a halo of curvaceous Pearls wrapping themselves around the gemstone's border with undeniable luxury. The gaze is led to the skilfully painted enamel shoulders with sweet engravings, which graduate from the back giving this antique ring a feminine touch.
A unique piece of history any woman would be proud to call hers.
ERA: Victorian c.1878
RING SIZE: UK Size Q / US Size 8
Resizing available on request
MEASUREMENTS: The feature is 12.5mm across x 10.5mm wide x 5mm deep
The Garnet is 7mm long x 5.5mm wide x 2.5mm deep
Total Garnet weight is approx. 1.04ct
The Pearls measure approx. 1.5mm in diameter
The band is 2.5mm wide at the back
MATERIALS: 9ct Yellow Gold, Garnet, Natural Seed Pearl, Enamel
HALLMARKS: Maker's Mark "", "9", "375", Birmingham Assay, date letter "d" for the year 1878
This Victorian mourning ring is in immaculate condition, so much so it looks as though it has been kept in a box and barely worn. The band on the back has no signs of wear whatsoever, very rare for a piece this old. The Garnet is smooth with no scuffs and the Pearls lustrous with no signs of wear. The enamel is fully intact and the engravings deep and clear. A superb piece of Victorian history ready to be worn and enjoyed for years to come!