Antique Circa Edwardian Black Wedgwood Jasperware 9ct Yellow Gold Ring

Collections: Sold Archive

Large and impressive example of iconic black Wedgwood Jasperware jewellery.

Most commonly seen in silver, however this early example is Edwardian, perhaps slightly later, and handcrafted from 9ct yellow gold.

The central Wedgwood panel depicts Tyche the goddess of luck/fortune, leaning on her anchor, the anchor itself a symbol that represented safety, hope and representing strength and security.

This is a large example and she stunning oval Wedgwood panel measures 2cm x 1.5cm.

Bezel set securely to a solid 4mm high solid gallery, to bifurcated solders an onto a nice thick D shape band.

Stamped clearly to the verso with the iconic Wedgwood logo.

Quite the statement ring, these examples are becoming scarce and hard to find.

History of Jasperware

Jasperware is a type of fine-grained, unglazed stoneware introduced by English potter Josiah Wedgwood. White clay is used to make jasper ware.

Wedgwood Jasperware
2cm x 1cm 0.4cm high
5.28 Grams
Approx Q or 18.3mm diameter
Good antique condition. No chips to Jasperware. Shank is nice and solid and thick.
We do not ‘buff’ our antique items to ‘new’ condition.  If desired you can have your jeweller do this.

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