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Sparkling with a fire that rivals that of the diamond, demantoid garnets are considered among the rarest treasures among gemstone collectors.
Extremely popular during the late 1800s and early 1900s. Admired as the most elite among gemstones, they were incorporated frequently into the elegant works, as this beautiful pearl and demantoid garnet halo ring from Victorian period.
Full of romanticism and symbolism is this dramatic flower ring featuring a vibrant and richly saturated green demantoid garnet complemented by lustous delicate pearls in a classic cluster design.
This rare and noble green gem is oval cut of an estimated weight of 1.01 Ct approx, delicately prong set and surrounded by twelve saltwater pearls creating a delicate and resonating flower shape.
The feminine piece has a gorgeous floweshape half closed back, probably opened later in time as custom during Victorian era, to allow more light passing through this amazing wonder of nature.
Elegant scrolling shoulders with neoclassical “C” elements in openwork design give the ring a special feel stimulating the senses without excess.
Artfully crafted in 18 Kt yellow gold by a master goldsmith during Victorian period, marked.
Very good overall conditions commensurate to use and age.
18 Kt yellow gold
1 oval cut natural demantoid garnet of approx 1.01 Ct;12 half pearls in accent;
head of the ring is 12.2 mm x 11.2 mm (hxw); sits 3.9 mm high on finger
very good overall condition