This fine 19th Century pearl ring has been crafted in 18ct yellow gold.
The impressive Victorian seed pearl ring has a shaped, flush setting which displays ten seed pearls in a double flower design with a Dutch cut diamond set to the centre of each flower.
The shaped, flared shoulders are embellished with a chased decorated ribbed design and deep groove at the widest point.
The ring shoulders blend seamlessly into the plain 18ct yellow gold hallmarked ring shank.
There is a fine engraved name 'Lizzie' to the reverse of the setting.
The interior of the shank is clearly hallmarked with the 18ct mark, the Birmingham Assay Office hallmark (anchor), the gold guarantee mark (crown) and date letter for 1871 (W).
This Victorian seed pearl ring is supplied with an IDGL diamond grading report card.
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