Early Edwardian 9ct Rose Gold Ring Circa 1910

Sweet, feminine and delicate in appearance this turn of the century 9ct rose gold ring features seven tiny seed or half pearls surrounding an early red paste/glass faceted round stone simulating a bright fiery garnet.

Set in a circle motif, almost floral in appearance in a raised rose gold solid gallery.
‘Paste’ or glass stones with widely utilised in combination with pearls and genuine stones, they today have their own special place in history.

STONES
Paste-Glass
Pearl
MEASUREMENTS
1.4cm
WEIGHT
2.56 Grams
MARKS
None
Tested as 9ct gold
SIZE
Approx R 1/2 or 9 US
Sizeable with care
CONDITION
Good antique condition.  Tiny pearls are original no sign of replacement.  Centre paste-glass stone has minor abrasions visible mainly under x10 magnification, not to the naked eye.

Please note boxes are for display

Purchase Summary

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