To think that this coral and pearl ring was made over 120 years ago is amazing and when you look at how good it looks on the finger it is incredible to see how it somehow still has a very modern look to it and is so easy to wear all the time.
Made in 18ct yellow gold in Birmingham in 1891, the colour of the coral is just perfect and has not been dyed or stained as is so common with coral jewellery today and matches so well with the yellow gold.
On each side is a pearl giving this ring such a good colour combination. Both the coral and the pearls have been set into the band in a design often called gypsy setting which makes this ring even more attractive to look at and has all the charm of a genuine antique ring.
From the end of one pearl to the other, the ring measures 16.5mm across by 8.3mm wide at the centre and sits so well and feels so smooth on the finger. Antique coral jewellery is becoming increasingly hard to come by and this Victorian era coral and pearl ring not only looks so good on the finger but feels so good as well and will always be admired whenever it is worn and is a great example of an antique ring that still looks so modern and contemporary even after an entire century has gone by.