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Acrostic jewellery is one where gemstones are used to "spell" out a word such as can be seen here in this very attractive antique Regard ring made in 1897. This Regard ring from the late Victorian era is made in 18ct gold and set with a Ruby, Emerald, Garnet, Amethyst, Ruby and a Diamond in a line design where the gemstones not only look stunning and vibrant but also graduate in size. Even the setting has so much detail with the most elegant scroll work combined with hand engraved shoulders. Often given to a loved one, there is so much romance in many antique pieces of jewellery and acrostic jewellery such as this is certainly no exception and this ring will make a wonderful conversation starter. Genuine antique Regard rings are becoming so increasingly hard to find, and this one is in wonderful condition which is also a testament to the jewellery that was being made over 100 years ago. From where the gemstones start across to the other side, this distance measures 15.8mm by 6.3mm wide at the centre and feels so comfortable to wear on any finger. This late Victorian antique Regard ring is just so elegant and combined with the romance makes it even more special. Stock# ES7324 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1897 $Sold
A REGARD ring is a form of acrostic jewellery where the first letter of each gemstone â€śspellsâ€ť out a word as can be seen here in this very rare antique REGARD cluster ring dating from the 1870's. Made in 15ct rose gold, this ring is set with a Ruby, Emerald, Garnet, Amethyst, Ruby and a Diamond in the centre where the first letter spells the word â€śRegardâ€ť. With sentiment and meaning behind this to show your love for someone else all the while not having it â€śspelledâ€ť out in a traditional way makes Regard rings so sweet and romantic and takes you back to a time gone by. There is something so charming about wearing a genuine antique Regard ring on your finger and knowing that most who see it wont decipher its meaning. The cluster measures 10.3mm by 10.5mm from left to right and even the band has been finished with the sweetest hand engraving. With a delightful cluster that itself looks so beautiful on any finger, this antique Regard ring is just so sweet and charming and will always be cherished. Stock# ES7314 Circa: 1870 $Sold.
Acrostic jewellery is traditionally where the first letter of each gemstone "spells" out a word such as "Regard" or "Dearest", whereas here we have a lovely antique REGARD ring made in 1901 that literally spells out the word "Regard". Made in 9ct rose gold, the ring elegantly tapers from 6.7mm to 3.3mm wide at the back and the colour of the gold has such a wonderful warm tone to it that is so desired today. Dating from 1901, it has that incredibly Art Nouveau font of the word "regard" which is highlighted by the stippled background and polished finish of each letter. This antique Regard ring is as unique as it is beautiful and will will always look and feel so good on any finger. Stock# ES7241 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1901 $1,300
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Acrostic jewellery is where the first letter of each gemstone "spells" out a word, and here is a romantic antique Regard ring from the late Victorian era. In this ring from left to right there is a Ruby, Emerald, Garnet, Amethyst, Ruby and a Diamond where the first letter spells the word â€śRegard". Commonly given between loved ones as a term of endearment, the multiple colours in this ring make it not only so beautiful but so unique as well. Elegantly made in 15ct rose gold, the ring measures 17mm across by 5.4mm wide in the centre, and inside the band was had engraved with "Norah" and "Yorkshire" giving a glimpse into its original owner all those years ago. Acrostic jewellery is so unique and special and this antique Regard ring is so beautiful and will always be admired. Stock# ES6453 Circa: 1890 $Sold.