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Early Victorian Pansy Cluster Hand Ring


This early Victorian ring features a pearl and diamond pansy, signifying "think of me", lightly held between two hands. The motif is meant to suggest giving, friendship, and potentially a union of some kind. 


  • Materials

    18k gold (tests), silver, 5 seed pearls, tiny rose cut diamond

  • Age

    c. 1840

  • Condition

    Good - pearls are showing their age

  • Size

    7.5, can be resized; 1.1mm hoop, 8.3mm x 7.6mm head





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