It is so rare to find a pearl this old, and so full of lustre, this fabulous Georgian c1800-1825, dress Ring Centres a bright, lustrous Pearl, and is flanked to each shoulder by 2-star gypsy set seed pearls.

Wonderfully crafted in 18ct yellow Gold, this ring is in excellent condition, with a nice wide band all the way round.  The Hallmark has worn away at the age, the Maker (B&S) and the 18ct mark are intact.

Based on our Research from the Maker’s Mark, this ring was made in London by Benjamin & Smith, an important maker, Early 19th Century (part of Rundell, Bridge & Smith) c1800 to 1825.

So lovely to wear, a piece of wearable history, this ring will make an ideal addition to you antique Jewellery wardrobe.  Works well stacked with other rings, or just solo, this ring really is a standout piece.


The Details:

Stones:  Natural Pearl and Seed Pearls

Size: Q (8.25 US) Diameter = 18.25mm Circumference = 567mm

Easily resizable

Metal: 18ct Yellow Gold

Hallmarks:  (Date worn, assessed as Georgian, 1800-1825) B&S 18ct

Weight: 3.88 grams

Condition:  In excellent Antique condition, with some wear commensurate with age, all Pearls maintain their lustre, the band is still wide to the base.