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Georgian, 15ct gold, natural turquoise and pearl ring

$1,944.00
SKU: ARB-450

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For UK orders, orders are shipped via Royal Mail Special Delivery, the working day after the payment has cleared. Please allow 1-2 business days for your order to arrive.

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Resizing rings

The majority of our rings are eligible for a first time complimentary re-size upon completing your purchase.

Please add this requirement into 'special instructions for us' during checkout, and we will be in touch to confirm this.

Some rings cannot be resized due to the material composition. The ring description will tell you either way.

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Natural Turquoise and Pearl Ring. Turquoise is a bright blue to greenish stone that is cryptocrystalline, meaning that it is actually made of millions of tiny crystals, invisible to the naked eye. It has a long and distinguished history, and is one of the most famous stones of the ancient world, prized by the Egyptians, the Aztecs and the rulers of Shang dynasty China. Turquoise was thought to have general protective qualities, and rumoured to discolour if its owner’s health was declining. The stone’s name ‘turquoise’, now synonymous with its famous colour, originally derives from the French turquois, meaning ‘Turkish’, as most stones traded in Europe were sourced in Iran, and then were imported via Turkey. Turquoise was highly valued in Georgian jewellery, as even in very small cabochons, the stone was strikingly bright and vivid, and looked particularly beautiful when paired with pearls. This late 18th/early 19th century ring is a rare survival of a jewel in this style, in closed-back settings typical of the period. Turquoise and pearls are among the more fragile materials used for rings, but if worn occasionally and treated with care, it will be sure to keep lasting through the centuries ahead.

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Why I love it...

“ This is such a rare little find, it’s in amazing condition. The design is so unusual, most likely inspired by early Spanish jewellery!

- Sammy, Founder



Place of Origin:
United Kingdom

Stone Type:
Turquoise & Pearls

Setting Dimensions:
Height 4mm / Front 17mm x 8.7mm / Turquoise 8.5mm x 7.5mm

Metal Type:
15ct Yellow Gold

Manufacture Date & Period:
1790-1810 / Georgian

Condition & Wear:
Very good / Minor wear commensurate with age

Band Size:
UK O / US 7 (complimentary re-size available)

Weight:
2.36g (gross)

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How long does UK shipping take?

UK orders are shipped via Royal Mail Special Delivery, the working day after the payment has cleared. Please allow 1-2 business days for your order to arrive.

Do you ship items internationally?

Yes, we provide free international express shipping on all online orders via FedEx or DHL, the working day after the payment has cleared. Local taxes and duties may apply. However, we currently do not ship to the following territories: Africa, Brazil, Cambodia, India, Israel, Lithuania, North Korea, Pakistan, Republic of Georgia, Russia, Turkey, etc.

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Most of our rings can be resized unless stated otherwise in the item description. Simply add your required size in the notes section at checkout, and our team will take care of the rest!

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Georgian, 15ct gold, natural turquoise and pearl ring

$1,944.00

This ring is sold, sorry. See similar rings:

Natural Turquoise and Pearl Ring. Turquoise is a bright blue to greenish stone that is cryptocrystalline, meaning that it is actually made of millions of tiny crystals, invisible to the naked eye. It has a long and distinguished history, and is one of the most famous stones of the ancient world, prized by the Egyptians, the Aztecs and the rulers of Shang dynasty China. Turquoise was thought to have general protective qualities, and rumoured to discolour if its owner’s health was declining. The stone’s name ‘turquoise’, now synonymous with its famous colour, originally derives from the French turquois, meaning ‘Turkish’, as most stones traded in Europe were sourced in Iran, and then were imported via Turkey. Turquoise was highly valued in Georgian jewellery, as even in very small cabochons, the stone was strikingly bright and vivid, and looked particularly beautiful when paired with pearls. This late 18th/early 19th century ring is a rare survival of a jewel in this style, in closed-back settings typical of the period. Turquoise and pearls are among the more fragile materials used for rings, but if worn occasionally and treated with care, it will be sure to keep lasting through the centuries ahead.

Interested in this ring? Email us



Why I love it...

“ This is such a rare little find, it’s in amazing condition. The design is so unusual, most likely inspired by early Spanish jewellery!

- Sammy, Founder



Place of Origin:
United Kingdom

Stone Type:
Turquoise & Pearls

Setting Dimensions:
Height 4mm / Front 17mm x 8.7mm / Turquoise 8.5mm x 7.5mm

Metal Type:
15ct Yellow Gold

Manufacture Date & Period:
1790-1810 / Georgian

Condition & Wear:
Very good / Minor wear commensurate with age

Band Size:
UK O / US 7 (complimentary re-size available)

Weight:
2.36g (gross)

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