Rare Tudor amethyst ring, circa 16th-17th cen | Ref 26426 | Rings

Rare Tudor amethyst ring, circa 16th-17th century.


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Description

Rare Tudor amethyst ring. Set with an oval cabochon amethyst in a closed back rubover setting, to a solitaire design featuring a delicate scalloped gold frame, a finely pierced vertical openwork gallery and polished closed backholing, leading to intricately carved shoulders with scrolling floral motifs and flowing through to a solid D-shape shank. Tested yellow gold, approximately 3.9g in weight, circa 16th-17th century. This is a fine and rare example of Tudor craftsmanship.

Accompanied by paperwork from the British Museum stating that this ring was found at Monkton Deverill, Wiltshire, UK. It is disclaimed under the Treasure Act reference 2013 T782.

Ring size guide: N

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Rare Tudor amethyst ring, circa 16th-17th century.
Rare Tudor amethyst ring. Set with an oval cabochon amethyst in a closed back rubover setting, to a solitaire design featuring a delicate scalloped gold frame, a finely pierced vertical openwork gallery and polished closed backholing, leading to intricately carved shoulders with scrolling floral motifs and flowing through to a solid D-shape shank. Tested yellow gold, approximately 3.9g in weight, circa 16th-17th century. This is a fine and rare example of Tudor craftsmanship. Accompanied by paperwork from the British Museum stating that this ring was found at Monkton Deverill, Wiltshire, UK. It is disclaimed under the Treasure Act reference 2013 T782.
26426
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