Rose gold looks so beautiful and warm on the skin and garnets too have that wonderful colour that matches so well together as can be seen here in this delightful Victorian era antique garnet and pearl ring in rose gold. Hand made towards the end of the 20th century around 1890, the ring is made in such an elegant lozenge shape that accentuates the finger it is on so well.
Set with a lozenge shaped cabochon cut garnet, the colour of the garnet is such a rich burgundy colour that looks stunning and is more like the 1st and 3rd image in the photos below. Many antique garnet and pearl rings will have a facetted garnet rather than a cabochon making this antique ring even more unique. Surrounding the garnet are 20 seed pearls that work so well to highlight the garnet and the lozenge part of the ring measures 18.9mm in length by 9.6mm wide.
Then there is the band of the ring itself and another reason why antique rings are so special and unique. The rose gold band splits into three at the top and adds that something special to the ring and makes it look so much more elegant on the finger.
Antique rings in rose gold have that colour and warmth that only antique rings can achieve and set with a cabochon garnet surrounded by pearls in that fantastic lozenge design will really make this ring stand out on the finger and always be admired.