We don't know the identity of this noble chap but he is beautifully carved atop this magnificent antique ring.
The carved hardstone plaque, likely agate, is set into a high rose gold mount set on a yellow gold shank with bifurcated shoulders. The plain but elegant setting really lets the cameo speak for itself.
While this handsome piece may originally have been destined for a Victorian or Georgian gentleman's pinky, it makes an equally stunning 21st-century cocktail ring!
In excellent antique condition; there are no chips, cracks or damage.
Stamped 9CT inside the shank.
Size: T (UK), 9.5 (US).
The cameo measures 1.6 x 2cm. The band is 3mm wide at the back and the face of the ring sits around 8mm above the finger.
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