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A vision of sophistication from decades past shows off with style and uniqueness in this rare natural dematoid garnets and garnet Russian flower ring from early Edwardian era.
Sentimental in nature, thoughts and design, the quintessential romantic expression of nature is this diamond colourful ring in the shape of a daisy.
The romantic ring unveils unspoken sentiments of adoration with a lovely flower form, a little daisy nurtured by passionate lovers. The flower is languid, emblematic of how this period often incorporated the best of nature’s motifs.
Centering is a deep red, round cut natural garnet of approx .36 Ct surrounded by a vivid light green sparkling corolla of eight antique, hand cut, round cut natural demantoid garnets totalling approx .56 Ct.
The romantic flower segue into a delicate stem and litle leaves set with further three antique round cut natural demantoid garnets adding approx .15 Ct, bringing the total to a sparkling .71 Ct of lushious vivid green brilliance.
Delicate in proportion, encapsulates femininity and lends itself to a fragile perspective on a floral motif.
Artfully crafted in Russia between the end of Victorian era and the beginning of Edwardian era in 14 Kt rose gold, marked with 56 zolotnik old Russian gold standard with initials ‘AB’ for assayer and maker’s initials.
Very good overall conditions commensurate to use and age.
14 Kt rose gold
assay 56 zolotnik old Russian gold standard with initials ‘AB’ for assayer and maker’s initials in Cirillic letters
1 round cut natural garnet with internal and external features of approx .36 Ct; 11 antique round cut natural demantoid garnets totalling approx .71 Ct
head of the ring is 17.8 mm at widest part; flower head is 8.8mm in diameter approx; sits 5 mm high on finger
very good overall condition, overall wear to metal and stones due to age and use