Victorian Pearl Flower Ring c.1860
A very pretty Victorian pearl and diamond cluster ring.
This lovely ring has 6 pearls arranged in a cluster design around a small central diamond in a cut down setting.
The flower design is mounted within a circular stepped head which has blue enamel detailing. The ring has a locket back behind the head and the flower and colouring would suggest that the ring is meant to symbolise forget me not.
The ring has a fine 'split' shoulder design onto a plain gold shank. It is low set to the hand
The pearls are untested but assumed to be natural. There is some slight abraision to part of the enamel consistent with age and wear but this does not spoil the beauty of the ring. The ring is over 160 years old and its construction with pearls and enamel is not really recommended for 'heavy' wear.
Price Code B: £500 - £1000
Era: Victorian 1839 - 1901
Measurements: The head of the ring measures 10.6mm in diameter
Ring Size: N (UK) 7 (US) 54 (EUR) This ring can be resized by our goldsmith at no extra cost
Hallmarks: Unmarked - tests as 15ct gold