Antique rings always have such charm and character to them and here we have a very attractive coral and pearl ring from the Victorian era.
Made in 18ct yellow gold the ring was made in Birmingham in 1877 and is still in such great condition even well after 130 years.
The ring is set with natural pink coral sometimes referred to as “angel skin” coral for its soft delicate pink colour and unlike a lot of modern coral today, this is all natural and has not been dyed or stained to intensify its natural pink colour.
As well as the coral, the ring is set with 4 natural seed pearls that was common in the Victorian era and match so well with the coral and the gold.
The top of the ring measures 6.6mm wide by 15mm from end to end and is such an easy ring to wear as it sits so nice and flat on the finger, and on each side of the ring is that very fine crimping detail adding to the charm of this ring.
Antique rings from the Victorian era always have that unique and individual look that so many people are after with an antique, and genuine antique coral and pearl rings are always sought after and admired every time that they are worn.