Wonderful antique Edwardian ring, circa 1910, with a cluster of deep red garnets forming a flower. Set in gold vermeil 900 silver, the ring is perfect for a promise ring or a unique engagement ring. In a finger size 6.
We gladly combine shipping on multiple items purchased. All US purchases are shipped within 24 hours of payment barring weekends and holidays. Purchases are mailed by USPS First Class. All others will be (US 3.75) and upon checkout, there are options to upgrade to Priority (US 7.00) or Express (US 26.75). Packages will be insured. All packages are wrapped securely, boxed and sent with a delivery confirmation.
Import duties, taxes, and related charges are not included in the price. These charges, whatever they may be, are the responsibility of the buyer. International packages that are refused at the point of delivery will not be refunded. Packages are shipped by First Class International ($14.00) which includes insurance. On checkout, there are options to upgrade to Priority ($30.00) with insurance included or Express ($57.00) with insurance included in shipping charge.
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Modified, damaged or altered items will not be accepted for return. All packages are shipped insured. Should a package be damaged in shipping, please contact us for details on how to proceed.
Free gift wrapping is complimentary with every purchase.
We pride ourselves in bringing you some of the best antique Victorian, Edwardian, Art Nouveau, Art Deco jewelry and retro chic. We want you to be pleased with your purchase and will do our best to insure a pleasant, fast and easy transaction! We strive to have each client delighted with every purchase and do our utmost to achieve that end.
All the jewelry is vintage or antique and has been previously worn and loved. This is expected and desired as part of the history and fact of age. Items will show wear commensurate with their age and any major flaws will be noted. All items are described to the best of our knowledge. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us or request additional photos.
We do our utmost to accurately date our jewelry although actual dating may vary. We date antique and period jewelry using a variety of techniques, testing and observation. These include metal smithing techniques, stones and stone settings, faceting styles and techniques, construction, wear, aesthetics, materials and more and placed within the context of jewelry history.
In addition, please note that colored stones, pearls and other gemstones may have been treated to enhance color, stability or clarity. However, enhancements are not always detectable.