A gorgeous gemstone horseshoe ring from the Victorian era, c1900! Originally a stick pin, this attractive piece has since been converted into a unique ring. The ring is made of 18ct and 15ct gold, predominantly yellow in colour, with a lovely antique rose hint on the horseshoe surface. The head of the ring depicts a horseshoe featuring seven alternately set red garnet doublets and white paste stones. Each of the stones are bead-set in a square profile, each stone representing one of the seven 'nails' ('lucky 7' as they say!) on the face of the horseshoe. Two of the end stones are replacements, with the white stone appearing slightly brighter in appearance. A rounded profile band measuring 2.20mm wide makes up the rest of the ring.
A lovely conversion ring. Perfect for the equestrian admirer, or the 'lucky 7' enthusiast. A stunning ring for everyday!