Antique Victorian 9ct Gold Almandine Garnet & Seed Pearl Ring (Birmingham,1872)
Antique Victorian 9ct gold almandine garnet & seed pearl ring, (Birmingham, 1872). Diamond cut almandine garnet flanked either side by 2 seed pearls & a smaller diamond cut almandine garnet. Central garnet being 0.75ct. All stones are claw set into 9ct gold finishing with fine hand chasing to the shank. Fully hallmarked. A fine example from the Victorian period. With gift box.
Significant events 1872:
In the United States, Yellow Stone National Park is established as the worlds first national park.
Work begins on the Seven Sisters Colliery in South Wales, located on one of the richest coal sources in Britain.
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Vyse Street, Birmingham & Hatton Garden, London.
U.S.A: 6 1/4
Excellent condition with light surface marks that are consistent with genuine age, use & polishing.
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