Antique Edwardian 9ct Rose Gold Turquoise Ring - Chester 1912
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This superb antique ring was crafted in 1912 and assayed in Chester and is hallmarked crisply as such.
Modelled in 9ct rose gold and styled as a beautifully low rise circular ‘bombe’ ring studded with vibrant natural Persian Turquoise cabochons of various sizes and hues, and to the centre is a high faceted antique cut bright stone which is more than likely paste/glass, typical of the era.
Full enclosed at the verso and with curved bifurcated shoulders flow organically to a solid half round shank.
Becoming so very hard to find rings in the ‘bombe’ style let alone a lower rise one such as this example, this fully hallmarked beauty is going to be a treasured family heirloom we are sure!
Natural Persian Turquoise
Faceted red glass/paste (not fully tested, possibly a garnet)
Rise 3.6 mm
‘WN’ - We believe, N? is blurred
Chester assay mark / 9 / 375 / ‘M’ date letter for 1912
P or 17.9mm diameter US 7 3/4
Possible to resize with care
Very very good antique condition. All Turquoise appear to be original, no damage or chips, and with no resets or reglues. Red stone to centre shows no chips and is bright and vibrant. No thinning to shank, hallmarks very crisp except for second letter of Makers mark!
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