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Victorian Turquoise Ring c.1900

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SKU: 1466



This beautiful Victorian Turquoise ring is one of the most beautiful and versatile rings we've ever come across! hallmarked for the year 1900 it was crafted at the very end of the Victorian era, and seems to combine the very best features of the Victorian and the Edwardian era in one ring! 

The front is set with three gorgeous duck-egg blue natural Turquoise cabochons and is decorated to each side with a stylish flourish to the shoulders.

The back is an Edwardian jewellery lover's dream with deep engravings of leaves and orange blossoms and has the richest buttery yellow Gold colourings. 

This gorgeous antique Turquoise ring has a feeling of quality and luxury with a comfortable flat profile, so will make a sublime stacking ring, dress ring, or even a unique wedding ring! 

Turquoise is a symbol of friendship, peace & wisdom; an excellent gift for friends, lovers and a peaceful home. It would make a wonderful wedding or promise ring, or a very special dress ring. 

Item Details:

ERA:  Victorian c.1900

RING SIZE:  UK Size M / US Size 6

The centre Turquoise measures 4mm x 2mm.
The Turquoise on each side measure 2.5mm x 2mm.
The band is 5mm wide.
Weight: 3.2g

Resizing available on request - just send us a message to enquire!

MATERIALS:  18ct Yellow Gold. Turquoise.

HALLMARKS:  Birmingham Anchor, date letter "a" for the year 1900.
The hallmarks are partially visible due to age.


EXCELLENT:  This beautiful Victorian Turquoise ring is steeped in history and offered in excellent antique condition. Both the turquoise and 18ct gold are excellent, with very little wear considering the age of this ring. There are some very light surface scuffs the Gold on close inspection as you might expect, but the engravings and details are still lovely. Due to the vast age of the item the hallmarks on the inside of the band have started to rub away and are now only partially visible, but because we have the town and date letter we are confident in dating it as a genuine Victorian piece from the year 1900. Simply amazing!