• 14K Yellow Gold Diamond Lion Head and Clover Ring by Carter Gough | Fred Leighton
  • 14K Yellow Gold Diamond Lion Head and Clover Ring by Carter Gough | Fred Leighton
14K Yellow Gold Diamond Lion Head and Clover Ring by Carter Gough | Fred Leighton14K Yellow Gold Diamond Lion Head and Clover Ring by Carter Gough | Fred Leighton14K Yellow Gold Diamond Lion Head and Clover Ring by Carter Gough | Fred Leighton14K Yellow Gold Diamond Lion Head and Clover Ring by Carter Gough | Fred Leighton

14K Yellow Gold Diamond Lion Head and Clover Ring by Carter Gough

$9,250

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A finely modeled lion’s head features an old European cut diamond of approximately 0.26 carat set in its mouth atop an openwork clover motif band in 14 karat yellow gold with maker’s marks for American jeweler, Carter Gough. Circa 1910s.

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More Details

MAKERCarter Gough
PERIODEdwardian
METAL14K Yellow Gold
STYLER-41810-FL-0-0
SERIALFL41810
RING SIZE9.75
Width
Measurement of the outside width of a band ring, bracelet, earring or necklace taken at the widest point.
5.93 MM
Flush Band
Indicates if a band will sit flush against this ring.
False

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About Carter Gough

About The Edwardian Period

The Edwardian period officially began in 1901 when Edward, son of Victoria, ascended to the British throne. In France, this era was known as La Belle Epoque. Elegance and fashion were the predominant values of the day, and the jewelry reflected this beautifully. Edwardian jewelry is feminine and lacy with delicate filigree patterns in monochromatic color schemes. Diamonds and pearls were the favored gemstones of the day, and advances in metal-working gave way to widespread use of platinum in jewelry. With new capabilities at their disposal, the jewelers of the period gave new creative expression to the bows, ribbons and garlands of Victorian jewelry. New jewelry forms such as the dog collar and the sautoir became popular.

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