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Used for centuries the signet ring, during Victorian era continued to be regarded as the mark of the gentleman.
Signet or searl rings have left a mark in history of jewelry remaining a strong symbol of cultural identity as with this powerful bloodstone signet ring form Victorian era.
Bloodstone intrigued people for centuries for its bold colouration and deep meaning, was tought to bring change and often used as talisman.
Centering is a luscious dark green natural bloodstone elegantly cut en oval shape measuring approx 13.3 x 11 mm of approx 2.16 Ct set on a yellow gold sculpted collet.
Designed in classic and elegant style with voluptuous feel to the touch typical of antique rings , engraved surface with lovely details partly worn out by the kissing of time.
Artfully crafted in 18 Kt yellow gold in Birmingham, during Victorian era, marked.
Very good overall condition commensurate to use and age.
Romantic gift, elegant pinky ring, sophisticated statement, one of a kind engagement ring.
18 Kt yellow gold
assay, Birmingham, English hallmarks, date partially worn and hard to read
1 oval shaped plaque of natural bloodstone measuring 13.3-11 mm of approx 2.16 Ct ;
head of the ring is15 mm at widest part; sits 2.8 mm high on finger
very good overall condition, normal overall wear due to age as shawn through photos