With the spooky season upon us, it's a great time to explore the supposed deadly content that locket rings were once used for, disguised by captivating jewels. During the Middle Ages, locket rings were often used to hide relics of saints, like bits of their hair, bone, and teeth, which were thought to protect the wearer from various calamities and maladies.
Stunning, this spot-on 1830-1840 transitional pearl flower ring is the boldest treat in your collection. Featuring five wildly saturated emeralds, this ring is a museum-quality example of this special genre of jewel that no ring stack collection is complete without.
Materials & Features: 20k gold, emerald, pearl
Age/Origin: English, Georgian, c. 1830-1840
Measurements: Size 7, 2.8 grams
Condition: Excellent condition. Minor associated age wear.
Please view and inspect any photos closely. We endeavor to fully disclose all condition information clearly and concisely, however, please note that what qualifies as excellent condition for historical jewelry differs from modern and contemporary pieces; please take the age of the piece into account when examining the piece. Minor age wear is typical and to be expected for antique and vintage jewelry. Unless otherwise stated, gemstones have not been officially graded for color, clarity, or treatment by GIA; any information provided is our own educated, professional assessment.