Are you as in love with Georgian era gems as we are? If so, we have just the jewel for you!
The Georgian period covered the reigns of five English kings, four named George and one William. The reigns of George I, II, III, IV, and William IV lasted from 1714-1837. During the many years included in the Georgian period, fashions came and went with regularity. Much of the jewelry produced in the era was recycled into new pieces after it went out of style, thus making it rare and quite desirable.
Converted from a piece of antique Georgian jewelry, this ring has five gems set in a gentle curve on the ring face: citrine, white sapphire, ruby, emerald, and amethyst. The curving design is defined and framed with twenty sparkling diamonds, and has been mounted on a diamond-studded modern shank in 14 karat gold. A wonderful historic piece, converted to wear in modern times!
Size (can be resized): 8.5
Weight: 8 grams
Materials: Gold, diamond, ruby, emerald, amethyst, white sapphire, citrine
Metal: 9K gold, 14K gold
Marks: 14K (on shank)