Victorian Turquoise & Pearl Ring (c.1898)
Victorian Turquoise & Pearl Ring (c.1898)
Victorian Turquoise & Pearl Ring (c.1898)
Victorian Turquoise & Pearl Ring (c.1898)
Victorian Turquoise & Pearl Ring (c.1898)
Victorian Turquoise & Pearl Ring (c.1898)
Victorian Turquoise & Pearl Ring (c.1898)
Victorian Turquoise & Pearl Ring (c.1898)
Victorian Turquoise & Pearl Ring (c.1898)
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Victorian Turquoise & Pearl Ring (c.1898)

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This is a top quality turquoise and pearl ring from the end of the 19th Century (1898) made by Charles Green and Son of Augusta Street in the Victorian Jewellery Quarter of Birmingham.

Three split pearls are interspersed with two beautiful natural blue-green turquoise stones. The shoulders and detailing on the ring are just fabulous.

The ring is fully hallmarked for 18ct gold, Birmingham 1898 and is in excellent wearable condition.

Size N 1/2 (UK) / 7 (US).
Weight: 2.4g

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This piece has been specifically selected by us, for you. We choose vintage and antique items which we think are beautiful, elegant and classic at a range of price points between £30 and £3,000.

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.

Each piece comes in an attractive jewellery presentation box.