A fine example of Georgian craftsmanship, this beautiful cluster ring is set with a topaz encircled by a row of pearls, in a closed back setting with intricate wire work shoulders, all crafted in 18ct rose gold, circa 1820.
- 18ct rose gold
- Topaz weighs approx. 2.00cts and has a soft peachy orange hue.
- Dates to circa 1820.
- In excellent condition.
- UK ring size R, US ring size 8 3/4
- Suitable for resizing to any size. This should be no problem for any reputable jewellers.
- Free shipping worldwide and returnable for a full refund – see policy.
- Layaway available - reserve with a 30% deposit and pay in instalments. Please enquire for further details.
This piece was made circa 1820 and dates from the Regency era, a period noted for elegance and refinement in art and design. Jewellery became highly sophisticated with ornate and intricate metalwork. Jewellery was worn in abundance among high society and rings were often worn on every finger. Jewels with a central coloured gemstone bordered by a row of seed pearls were extremely popular in the form of rings and brooches. Gemstones were always mounted in closed settings in this period, often with coloured foils behind the gemstone to enhance the colour and sparkle of the jewels.
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