Antique Victorian Turquoise Diamond Flower Ring Dated 1871

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A pretty antique Victorian flower cluster ring from the late 1800s set with six sky-blue turquoise petals with twinkling rose cut diamonds around the edge and within a star in the centre.

Turquoise is considered a stone of good fortune and has long been associated with the forget me not due to the stones matching sky-blue colouring. The flower was a popular motif in the Victorian era and symbolic of undying love and remembrance, making it a popular gift for lovers during long periods of separation.

It’s remained in excellent condition, modelled entirely in 18ct gold and complete with Birmingham hallmarks, dating it to 1871. 

WEIGHT: 3.2 grams 

MEASURES: Size K ½ (UK), 5 ¾ (US) - Can be sized, we offer this service for free, it takes approx. 1-2 weeks to complete. 

FACE MEASURES: Height 9mm x Width 9mm x Depth 3.5mm 

METAL: 18ct Gold (Stamped) 

STONES: Turquoise (approx. 2.5 x 2.5mm each), Diamonds 

AGE: Victorian. (Dated 1871) 

MARKS: Birmingham hallmarks 

CONDITION: Excellent – Light wear 


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