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Stunningly pretty and sweet antique 18ct yellow gold ring dating to the Edwardian era.
Modelled in lush and rich hued 18ct yellow gold and styled as a ‘Shamrock’ or three leaf clover.
The word shamrock comes from the Gaelic for Seamorog which means ‘little clover’. Considered the unofficial national flower of Ireland for centuries, used as a symbol of Ireland since the 18th century in a similar way as to the rose is used for England, a Thistle for Scotland and a Daffodil for Wales. The three leaves of a shamrock are said to symbolise faith, hope and love’.
Set with three natural half Pearls and two tiny rose cut diamonds, fully enclosed to the verso, and just a little detail to the shoulders and then onto the half round shank.
Full hallmarked for assay in Birmingham, 18ct and either the date letter ’n’ or ‘h’ (slightly faded) which dates this piece to either 1907 or 1912.
Dainty, beautifully made and very symbolic this little antique treasure is an asset to any jewellery wardrobe.
Natural half Pearl
1.1cm x 0.9cm
‘Crown’ / 18 / Anchor for Birmingham / ’n’ or ‘h’ for 1907 or 1912
M or 16.7mm diameter US 6 1/4
Sizeable with care
Very very good antique condition. All Pearls are original with no replacements or re-gluing. Diamonds also original and secure in their settings. No thinning to shank, hallmarks clear except for tiny bit of date letter! Lovely ring.Purchase Summary
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