Clovers were thought to bring on good fortune, success, prosperity, karma, and well wishes to their possessor. From ancient Roman times through the sentimental Georgian and Victorian eras, hands have held many messages: loyalty, strength, romance, and fidelity.
An extremely dramatic, gorgeous Victorian ring from the 1860’s, this beautiful example features a clover’d central element, 10 pearls, and a massive bezel that ranges from 3-7(!!!) milimeters in depth to raise the central chalcedony plaque in places.
Materials and Features: 14k gold, 10 pearls, black chalcedony
Age/Origin: Victorian, c. 1860
Measurements: Size 5.5, 6 grans
Condition: Excellent condition. Minor associated age wear. Some light repairs to edges of the band.
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