A Victorian 18ct gold ring featuring a decorative natural half pearls and rose-cut diamonds set in a quatrefoil bezel setting.
To the shoulders is dark blue enamel to which a small rose-cut diamond is also set.
With its original locket compartment to the verso with original plaited hair.
Crafted in 18ct gold throughout at around 1865, with a devotional ‘5th April 1865’.
Infinitely pretty in design, this ring draws many compliments when worn.
Quatrefoil pearl face 1cm
Rise from finger 4mm
Tested at 18ct
Approx N 1/2 or 17.3mm diameter US 7 1/4
Advisable not to size
Very good antique condition. Slight loss of nacre to one pearl, priced accordingly. Pearl can be replaced if desired. Slight marks to enamel but all original and present. Previous resizing just visible on inside of shank.
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