Georgian garnet and diamond mourning ring, En | Ref 22033

Georgian garnet and diamond mourning ring, English, circa 1760.




Georgian garnet and diamond mourning ring, English, circa 1760.

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Georgian garnet and diamond mourning ring. Set with a cushion shape old cut natural unenhanced garnet in a closed back cutdown setting with an approximate weight of 0.50 carats, further set with two cushion shape old mine diamonds in closed back cutdown settings with a combined approximate weight of 0.14 carats, to an openwork design with a gadrooned convex back and flanked by curlicues to the split shoulders, leading through to a shank composed of scrolling panels with black enamel ground and inscribed 'MARY/ IDE.OB:/9.MAR./AET:68'. Tested yellow gold and silver, English, circa 1760.

Ring size guide: M

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Georgian garnet and diamond mourning ring, English, circa 1760.
Georgian garnet and diamond mourning ring. Set with a cushion shape old cut natural unenhanced garnet in a closed back cutdown setting with an approximate weight of 0.50 carats, further set with two cushion shape old mine diamonds in closed back cutdown settings with a combined approximate weight of 0.14 carats, to an openwork design with a gadrooned convex back and flanked by curlicues to the split shoulders, leading through to a shank composed of scrolling panels with black enamel ground and inscribed 'MARY/ IDE.OB:/9.MAR./AET:68'. Tested yellow gold and silver, English, circa 1760.
22033
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