Dates to the Arts & Crafts era, circa 1910.
Crafted in solid 14K light rose gold. Not hallmarked for carat content, but carefully acid tested. Maker’s mark of ‘FHP’ or possibly ‘EHP’.
I am going to try not to gush about this ring, but truth be told, I love it. The floral setting is totally unique, and very solidly made. The ring features split shank shoulders and a double band, and the bezel-setting for the moonstone has unique openings around that edge the likes of which I have never seen.
The moonstone itself is a large gorgeous clear stone with a blue flash and sheen. It measures approximately 12 mm by 9.5 mm, and is estimated to weigh over 3.5 carats.
The front of the ring measures 0.76” from top to bottom, with a band that measures 0.13” at the very back. This ring weighs 6.4 grams and is estimated to be a size 5.5.
Condition is very good, with no damages or repairs. Some light scratches to the moonstone noted.