Post medieval garnet heart ring, circa 17th-18th century.




Post medieval garnet heart ring, circa 17th-18th century.

Rings, Early Rings, Early Jewellery


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Price: £12,500

€15,000 $16,750
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Description

Post medieval garnet heart ring. A yellow gold ring consisting of a heart shaped cabochon garnet to the centre of a stylised hand in a closed back rubover setting, featuring a coiled form around the wrist of the hand, flowing through to a solid rounded shank. Tested 23 carat yellow gold, approximately 6.86g, circa 17th-18 century.

Garnets have a long and ancient history, and over time have been revered for possessing protective powers. A garnet is a species of gemstone that appears in a variety of colours, though the most common and most widely recognized is a deep red hue.

This ring is in very fine condition and features intricate decorative details which make it a rare museum quality piece.

Ring size guide: Q

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