A stunning Rhodolite garnet and seed pearl conversion ring from the Edwardian era, c1910! Made of 9ct rose gold and originally a brooch, this unique slender ring is a striking work of art on the finger! Taking centre stage is the beautiful raspberry-red rhodolite garnet stone which rests in a bezel collet. The bright garnet measures approximately 6.90mm and estimated weight is 1.20 carats. Framing the ring is a gleaming gold rail which forms graceful curves and peaks down the finger. Delicate parallel lines comprise within the frame and one little white seed pearl rests either side atop the centre line, giving further Edwardian elegance and intricacy. The design suspends on a mirrored under-rail which gives comfort whilst wearing, as well as an adding an opulent bespoke finish. A smooth and plain shank makes up the rest of the ring. Stamped "375" inside the shank denoting 9ct gold.
Finger size measures K (Aus) or 5 & 1/3 (USA)
A striking Edwardian ring for the lady with distinct taste. Sure to receive compliments whilst wearing!