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18k Victorian Enamel Heart Locket Ring with Woven Hair Under Glass, 1845, "In Memory Of" around the band.

18k Victorian Enamel Heart Locket Ring with Woven Hair Under Glass, 1845, "In Memory Of" around the band.

Mourning ring; gold; plain slender hoop; oval bezel, reeded beneath, containing tree embroidered in hair upon a white ground all beneath crystal and surrounded by border of amethysts. No maker’s mark.

Mourning ring; gold; plain slender hoop; oval bezel, reeded beneath, containing tree embroidered in hair upon a white ground all beneath crystal and surrounded by border of amethysts. No maker’s mark.

IMPERIAL TOPAZ AND DIAMOND RING, ca. 1830. Silver over yellow gold. Decorative ring centring one oval pink topaz, framed by 18 rose-cut diamonds, within a border of 16 cut glass stones. #antique #ring

IMPERIAL TOPAZ AND DIAMOND RING, ca. 1830. Silver over yellow gold. Decorative ring centring one oval pink topaz, framed by 18 rose-cut diamonds, within a border of 16 cut glass stones. #antique #ring

Ring, ca. 1550 Place of origin: Europe (western, made) Materials and Techniques: Gold, enamel, pink sapphire Museum number: 4397-1857 V

Ring, ca. 1550 Place of origin: Europe (western, made) Materials and Techniques: Gold, enamel, pink sapphire Museum number: 4397-1857 V

Victorian Gold on Silver brooch pendant with natural Russian Pink Topaz 9.5 carats surrounded by diamonds ca.1880

Victorian Gold on Silver brooch pendant with natural Russian Pink Topaz 9.5 carats surrounded by diamonds ca.1880

236: A Georgian pink topaz and diamond ring, circa 1780 : Lot 236

236: A Georgian pink topaz and diamond ring, circa 1780 : Lot 236

*Ring, English, 1736. Gold, silver, diamonds, enamel, hair   Acquirer: Queen Mary, consort of King George V, King of the United Kingdom (1867-1953), when Queen Consort (1910-36) Provenance:  Presented to Sir John Chardin by Frederick, Prince of Wales; bequeathed to Sir Philip Musgrave; given to Queen Mary by Lord and Lady Cromer on her birthday, 26 May 1934

*Ring, English, 1736. Gold, silver, diamonds, enamel, hair Acquirer: Queen Mary, consort of King George V, King of the United Kingdom (1867-1953), when Queen Consort (1910-36) Provenance: Presented to Sir John Chardin by Frederick, Prince of Wales; bequeathed to Sir Philip Musgrave; given to Queen Mary by Lord and Lady Cromer on her birthday, 26 May 1934

Wow...Georgian Gold Mourning Ring with Diamonds 18th Century

Wow...Georgian Gold Mourning Ring with Diamonds 18th Century

Antique Georgian mourning ring made in 18k yellow gold and black enamel. Centered with an oval rubellite and accented with seed pearls. Engraving reads Dear Father ob: April 18th, AE:59. Circa 1790 England.

Antique Georgian mourning ring made in 18k yellow gold and black enamel. Centered with an oval rubellite and accented with seed pearls. Engraving reads Dear Father ob: April 18th, AE:59. Circa 1790 England.