This wonderful later Georgian ring is made in 14k gold. The mounting features a lovely engraved scroll motif with dynamic curls and spots of openwork. The central floral cluster is a pansy rendered in old mine cut diamonds and emeralds. “Pansy" comes from the French pense meaning "to think". Lovers of a hidden meaning, the five-petaled flower was frequently used in Victorian love token jewelry to express the sentiment "think of me".
14k gold (tests), five 2.3mm old mine cut diamonds, two 2 x 1.2mm side emeralds, 1.7 x 1.5mm center emerald
Very good - one emerald has a small chip noticeable under magnification
7, resizing not recommended due to the decorative shank, 8.8mm head
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