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An exquisite antique Victorian cluster ring from the turn of the 20th Century decorated with four white seed pearls, four violet paste stones and a central green paste. It’s crafted in 9ct gold and displays intricate engraving around the outer band with Birmingham hallmarks on the inside.
The ring dates to the year 1900 but the combination of gemstone colours suggest it was perhaps altered overtime and worn in support of the women’s Suffrage movement which took place in the early 1900s and famously used these three colours to highlight their key virtues: Violet for Royalty, White for Purity and Green for Hope, and also formed the phrase “Give Women Votes!”
It’s a wonderful antique find and the stones contrast and complement each other beautifully.
WEIGHT: 1.7 grams
SIZE: M ½ (UK), 6 ½ (US) - Can be sized, we offer this service for free, it takes approx. 1-2 weeks to complete.
FACE MEASURES: Height 12mm x Width 12mm x Depth 4mm
METAL: 9ct Gold (Stamped)
STONES: Paste Stones & Seed Pearls
AGE: Victorian. (Dated 1900)
MARKS: Birmingham hallmarks, 375/ 9ct stamp, Maker’s mark (M&G)
CONDITION: Very Good – Small surface fault in one of the violet pastes and some wear on the back but minimal for its age.
ITEM NUMBER: 23-899
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