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STUNNING! This is one of the coolest cameos I have come across. I am not sure if it really is Amphictyonis- the Greek Goddess of Wine and Friendship between Nations...but carved in a hardstone cameo is a woman lifting up her dress, as though she was stomping on grapes and is drinking from a cup. It could just be a thirsty muse...who knows, but it's lovely and unusual all the same.

This is 100% Mid Victorian cameo...from the nice larger size to the wonderful design of the shank...just lovely!

Circa 1870

Marked twice for 14K, one is an old Mark and it must have been tested at one point and was remarked for its gold content

Ring Size 5 - Can be Sized at your local jeweler

CONDITION:
The dark spots in the stone are actual naturally occurring to the stone. The pearls are not original to the piece and are glue set. Some minor wear to the band but considering the age it is in very good antique condition

MEASUREMENTS:
Cameo is 17mm x 7mm
Face is 20mm x 12mm
Pearls are 1mm each

Weight: 4.7 grams

*** Sent US Priority with Signature Confirmation

Antique Victorian Goddess of Wine Cameo 14K Rose Gold RIng

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