An ageless classic, this 18K gold Victorian to Edwardian navette ring features luminous red garnets running along its center adorned with a halo of rose-cut diamonds. A product of Birmingham, England, crafted in 1907 during the Belle Epoque, its hand-cut garnets are a luxurious, nearly-ruby red. A wider-than-usual band completes this timeless, traditional piece of jewelry, the birthstone of January.
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Materials: 18 karat yellow gold
Gemstone: Garnets, Rose Cut Diamonds
Ring size: 6 US, M UK Please contact us if you would like to purchase our goldsmith's sizing service.
Hallmarks: Full English hallmarks fro 18K, Birmingham and the letter h for 1907
Weight: 2 grams
Condition: Very good with no chips or nicks to the garnets which are hand cut and have slight inclusions. A lovely piece of antique jewelry!
Each piece has been professionally examined and verbally appraised as well as being tested by a goldsmith for metal content. Stone carat weights stated represent approximate weights that can vary. Due to the age, antique and vintage jewelry is often not perfect, and may have normal signs of surface wear, or small imperfections due to its handcrafted rather than mass-manufactured nature. This is what makes each piece special and unique!