This ring has a wide band with a square grid design consisting of four split seed pearls and five almandine garnets. The shoulders hold three seed pearls and one garnet which leads into a detailed lined band.
This ring, circa early 19th century, tests as 18ct. The back of the ring head has an applied strengthening panel (the black marks across a join) that still holds well. The channels in the shank of the ring may have initially contained niello or enamel, now lost to time.
Please find the SafeGuard report, (see the end image in the gallery) for more detailed information.
Ring weight: 3.26g
Size P½ UK/AU, 7¾ US/CA, 56¾ FR/RU, 18 DE
Please note that resizing of this ring may require the replacement of the antique repair with a modern repair. This ring can be sized down as far as an M or as far up as an S. We are also happy to replace this repair at the buyer's request at or near purchase, free of charge.
This ring includes an independent jewellery assessment report completed by SafeGuard, part of the AnchorCert Group of the Assay Office of Birmingham. The certificate is included with your purchase and a scanned copy can be seen in the image gallery above.