Edwardian Sapphire and Pearl Ring (15ct gold; c. 1902)
Edwardian Sapphire and Pearl Ring (15ct gold; c. 1902)
Edwardian Sapphire and Pearl Ring (15ct gold; c. 1902)
Edwardian Sapphire and Pearl Ring (15ct gold; c. 1902)
Edwardian Sapphire and Pearl Ring (15ct gold; c. 1902)
Edwardian Sapphire and Pearl Ring (15ct gold; c. 1902)
Edwardian Sapphire and Pearl Ring (15ct gold; c. 1902)
Edwardian Sapphire and Pearl Ring (15ct gold; c. 1902)
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Edwardian Sapphire and Pearl Ring (15ct gold; c. 1902)

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This Edwardian sapphire and pearl ring by William Brown and John Hands’ workshop in Birmingham, England. It dates from 1902 and is a beautiful antique piece. The ring is set in the centre with a gorgeous medium blue coloured sapphire in a star setting and either side are two split pearls.

The piece is fully hallmarked for 15ct gold and bears the B&H makers mark.

A stunning item of 120 years in age!

Size M (UK) / 6 (US).
Weight: 2.8g

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Generally, this means we only ever have one of each piece. We don’t select pieces which are “mass market” but rather items which are more individual. This means that once an item has been purchased, it really has gone.

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