This is a lovely Georgian (circa 1760) ring featuring a stone I've personally ever seen used in the Georgian period. It features moss agate, with a garnet surround. The ring is fashioned from unmarked, but tested, 18 carat gold. It has the typical basket back which always denotes a Georgian ring. It is a size 6 and 3/4, but could be sized by a jeweler used to working with antique pieces.The agate and garnet part of the ring measures 1/2 an inch East to West, and 5/8 of an inch North to South. The ring weighs 3.39 grams and is in very good condition. One of the garnets seems to be a little mashed on the top, but I honestly never noticed that until this photo was shown. Remember the photo is taken with a macro lens and magnified quite a lot. It's amazing that that is the only stone with any damage at all, considering the age of this piece. Here is a change to own a lovely piece of history.
Moss Agate and Garnet Ring, Georgian
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