Edwardian Bloodstone Signet Ring
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An Edwardian era signet ring, modeled in 10k rosy yellow gold, whose gem is a striking bloodstone slab. This beautifully figured, rectangular bloodstone specimen has rounded corners and a beveled edge. It is set in a smooth, low-profile bezel. Its dark green (almost black) field is marked with a spattering of well-defined, vibrant red flecks that read like blood splattered across the surface of a rock. This ring is decorated with curling hand-engraved plumes that spread across its gallery and shoulders. The ring's half-round shank tapers toward the base. This ring was originally intended for a man, but its scale is medium-sized, by today's standards—it is well suited to all genders. This bears a maker's mark (a star inside a B-shaped cartouche). It is engraved with a dedication: "From Emma to Harry." Its partner is engraved "Harry to Emma," and is dated Feb 7th 1904.
US 8 3/4
This ring can be resized somewhat, without disturbing the engraving (down to US 7 and up to a US size 10 3/4). To add resizing to your order, visit our services section.
Ring face measures approx 12.6 x 13.85 mm; shank measures approx 10.9 mm at the shoulder and tapers to approx 2.65 mm at the base.