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1920s Garnet Ring in Yellow Gold

13.96ct Garnet and 15ct Yellow Gold Signet Ring - Antique George V (1921)

A stunning, fine and impressive 13.96 carat garnet and 15 carat yellow gold signet ring; part of our diverse gemstone jewellery and estate jewelry collections

SKU C7916


This stunning, fine and impressive antique 1920s ring has been crafted in 15ct yellow gold.

The substantial, subtly convex ring shank displays an impressive collet set feature 13.96ct cabochon cut garnet.

The mens signet ring shoulders are embellished with a moulded chevron design, integrating to the plain right shank.

The interior of the shank is hallmarked with a maker's mark (E.V), the 15ct gold fineness mark (625), the Birmingham Assay Office mark (anchor), and the date letter for 1921 (w).

The antique 1920s garnet ring in yellow gold is supplied with an independent gemstone grading report card.

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Date: 1921

This stunning antique ring is excellent quality, set with an impressive garnet displaying fine colour, brilliance and presence.

The dress ring is an excellent gauge of gold and is in excellent condition, with very clear hallmarks to the interior of the shank; the hallmarks are deeply struck due to the excellent gauge of gold.

Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of this 1920s garnet ring in yellow gold.

Cut Cabochon

Content 13.96 carats

Dimensions 15.42mm (length) x 11.62mm (width) x 9.25mm (depth)

Length of setting 1.84cm/0.72"

Height of setting 8.54mm/0.34"

UK Size R

USA Size 8 5/8

The ring size may not be adjusted due to the style of the ring.

11.35 grams

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