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A very rare ring featuring an early 19th century Wedgewood cameo of a woman holding a mirror and a knife, admiring her vanity. The cameo is double-sided, with the reverse showing our heroine flirting with the figure of death as if she is recognizing that her beauty will fade. It is in a later 14k setting and is one of the bed Wedgewood cameos I’ve ever seen. 


Materials and Features:



Measurements: Size 7

Condition: Great condition. Minor associated age wear. Some loss to the scene in front. 

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