Sorry, this item sold. You may also like:
Turquoise was a very popular gemstone used in Victorian Era jewelry. It was believed to bring happiness, strength and good luck to the wearer. And since Queen Victoria loved turquoise (all her bridesmaids received a brooch with a turquoise-encrusted bird), it became even more popular.
The gold has a wonderful patina and is a little bit longer than the turquoise rings usually were.
Excellent antique condition. Slight wear with use and age- some dirt and debris in between stones and a few minuscule nics that can only be seen with a high powered loupe or extreme close up.
Ring size 5.75 - cant be sized due to the band's design.
Not marked but tested positive for 14K gold
Face is 16 mm x 7mm
14 Turquoise each measure approx 1.5
Pearls are 2.5 mm diameter
Weight 3.4 grams