Victorian Garnet & Moonstone Ordinal Directions Ring in 10k Gold
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A dainty Victorian era cluster ring, whose central stone is a deep red garnet. Around the garnet four claw-set moonstones are posted at the four ordinal directions— NE, NW, SE, SW. These stones are original to the ring, and the moonstones are lightly frosted with honest wear. The ring's shoulders are decorated with scrolling engravings. Metal is 10k rosy yellow gold. These small Victorian rings, that feature a shapely composition of stones always seem to hold some discreet significance.
c. 1890 - 1900
This ring can be easily re-sized; to add custom sizing to your order, visit our services page.
Ring face measures approx 10.6 mm x 7.3 mm. Garnet measures approx 4.5 mm; moonstones measure approx 2.9 mm. Shank measures approx 5.6 mm at the shoulder, and tapers to approx 1.6 mm at the base.