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Edwardian Sterling SIlver and Spotted Agate Ring

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Wonderful antique sterling silver ring with subtle engraving on both sides of the stone. It is set with a long column of translucent agate, full of floating, dark inclusions.

Ring size is 7.

The stone measures 3/4 of an inch by just over 1/4 of an inch with a depth of just over 1/8 of an inch. The front of the stone is slightly flattened and the ends have delicate corner edges.

It is prong set and does move slightly in its setting but is secure. I tightened the top and bottom prongs slightly but do not want to risk damaging the stone.

Unmarked but tests as sterling silver. The shank of the ring is two bands, soldered together. There is a small place where the solder did not flow but this does not affect the structure of the ring.

Transitional Edwardian to early Art Deco with a modern style, circa 1915.

Fine antique condition with minor surface wear to the metal and the stone and patina on the silver.

This would make a lovely alternate engagement ring or a perfect right hand ring.

Edwardian Sterling SIlver and Spotted Agate Ring


  • Vintage item from the 1910s
  • Only ships within United States.
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