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This lovely ring was made in France in the Art Nouveau period of the 1890's, and has such an elegant and wonderful free flowing design that was typical of Art Nouveau jewellery of the time. Made in 18 carat yellow yellow gold, the way the two pearls are set in an asymmetrical design adds such a wonderful style to the ring which measures 7.1mm wide. With a very sleek band which again has the style and characteristics of the Art Nouveau period, this is one ring that will always be loved and admired. Stock# ES9518 Circa: 1895 $1,450
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This ring was made over 100 years ago in 1911 and looks as beautiful today as when it was made and sits so well on the finger. Made in 18 carat yellow gold, the ring is set with three lovely pearls that stand out so well against the yellow gold and have such a wonderful sleek tactile feel to them. Measuring 8.1mm wide at the centre by 17.7mm across, this ring is perfect for any occasion and will so easily compliment other jewellery. So elegant and refined, this is a perfect example of an antique design and style that will never go out of fashion. Stock# R900 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1911 $1,600
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There is something so special about wearing a ring on your finger that is over 150 years old that still looks and feels so beautiful on the finger where it will no doubt always be admired. This ring was made in the 1870's in 15 carat gold, and the colour of the gold has such a lovely soft tone to it that looks even more beautiful with the border of pearls surrounding the locket compartment at the top. Traditionally used to hold a lock of hair, under the rock crystal at the top of the ring, it is plain underneath and will always make this aspect of the ring such a wonderful conversation starter. Measuring 8.1mm wide by 18mm across, even the band has not been forgotten as it too is also set with three natural pearls on each side and has the most wonderful hand carving down each side that shows just how much attention and care went into hand making this ring all those years ago. From every angle, this is such a charming example of an antique ring that is as unique as it is beautiful. Stock# ES6927 Circa: 1870 $Sold
Made in the Edwardian period in London in 1909, this antique ring is set with five pearls in such an attractive setting that makes it perfect to wear with any other jewellery, both antique and modern and always fit right in. Thanks to the high polished finish of the yellow gold band, this makes it so easy to wear with any other pieces of jewellery, and then with the centre pearl gypsy set, this adds yet another element of charm and character. The gypsy setting is a term given when there is a star pattern surrounding the stones in the ring which was created by the jeweller pushing into the gold resulting in not only a star pattern but also a bead to add to the security of the stone. This simple yet effective design allows for not only making the stone secure, but adding a feature not often found in modern jewellery today. Measuring 6.1mm wide at the centre by 13.8mm across, it tapers down to 1.9mm at the back and feel so smooth and sleek on the finger. This is such an elegant ring, that will always look and feel perfect on the finger. Stock# ES8781 Hallmarked: London 1909 $Sold
Here is a very unique 18ct yellow gold antique pearl ring made in 1887 that looks so beautiful on the finger. Made over 130 years ago, it has a modern and contemporary look and design to it that will allow it to so easily be worn with modern jewellery and fit right in. With a lovely curve to the ring made up of three sections each set with nine pearls, the ring measures 5.3mm wide at the centre by 19.4mm across from where the pearls start and finish. This ring has such a wonderful tactile feel to it and is incredibly comfortable to wear all the time. The lovely unique look of this ring is why there is something so special about antique jewellery. Perfect for any woman of any age, this yellow gold antique pearl ring is so stylish and unique and will no doubt always be admired and commented on. Stock# ES7637 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1887 $Sold.