Three-leaf and four-leaf clovers became a popular symbol of luck in the 19th century as the Irish began to emigrate to Britain, bringing with them beliefs and blessings. The four-leaf clover represents good luck, success, and prosperity for the wearer.
A very sweet pink gold Victorian clover ring, this beauty features a diamond center, fine hybridized settings, and a low profile shank. Originally a stick pin, now finely converted, I do adore this piece as a ring as it allows for a careful examination of the bezel setting around each cool-toned plump pearl, further secured with claw prongs, and nicely accented with a clover tail, at the base, set on an angle to the side.
Materials and Features: 14k gold, diamond, pearls
Age/Origin: Victorian, c. 1880 (clover)
Measurements: Size 4.5, 1.86 grams
Condition: Excellent condition. Minor associated age wear. A very sweet conversion ring.
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