ANTIQUE GEORGIAN GEM STONE RING 18TH CENTURY CIRCA 1730 RESPECT
Product Code: 6846
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This beautiful antique Georgian gemstone ring is 18th Century
Circa 1730, it is set in 18ct yellow gold and displays
many beautiful natural gemstones.
This is the first ring we have ever exhibited which spells respect
A very rare find, usually its adore or regard.
This ring is also set with an original rope twist shank that is
true Georgian to the gallery.
Pearls have a wonderful lustre with a rich creamy tone, they are
lovely lustrous and natural. A pearl is composed of calcium carbonate
in minute crystalline form, which has been deposited
in concentric layers.
From the depths of the sea, comes the beautiful Coral which is
produced by tiny life forms.Same as pearls, coral is a water
element of fiery colours in shades of ranging from petal pink known
as angel skin coral to salmon and velvety red.
Emerald derives its beautiful green colour from the presence
of chromium and vanadium. The Emerald is the sacred stone of
the goddess Venus, i was thought to preserve love.
The Emerald has long been the symbol of hope.
The ruby is considered to be the most powerful gem of the universe,
given as a gift, the ruby is a symbol of friendship and love.
Ruby is also the symbol of vitality and loyalty.
Turquoise is the symbol of friendship, and also brings peace to
the home. It is also a symbol of forget me not.
Sapphire is the symbol of feelings of sympathy, harmony friendship
and loyalty, everything that is constant and reliable.
Steeped in English history this really is a fabulous ring that's been
on a long journey in life and still is in excellent condition.
It weighs 1.1 grams
Measures J ½ in the UK or 5 USA
The face of this ring measures 14mm across x 8mm down
The spread of the ring measures 16mm across
Stands 3mm off the finger
ITEM NUMBER 6846
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