• Georgian Pear Shape Emerald and Diamond Bow Ring | Fred Leighton
Georgian Pear Shape Emerald and Diamond Bow Ring | Fred LeightonGeorgian Pear Shape Emerald and Diamond Bow Ring | Fred Leighton

Georgian Pear Shape Emerald and Diamond Bow Ring

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A foil-backed pear shape emerald is set within a surround of rose cut diamonds totaling approximately 0.15 carat in a bow motif closed back silver topped yellow gold ring. Circa 1800.

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PERIODGeorgian
METALSilver Over Gold
STYLER-41426-FL-0-0
SERIALFL41426
RING SIZE7.125
  • About Period
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About The Georgian Period

1714 to 1837
The Georgian period refers to the 120+ year period of English history in which King Georges I, II, III and IV reigned (1714 to 1837). Jewelry from this period is quite rare because so many Georgian pieces have been taken apart or reworked to fit the style of successive periods. Notable characteristics of include large regal gemstones, sculptural and weighty metal, and bow and teardrop motifs. A defining characteristic of the period is the way in which diamonds and gemstones were set in closed back metal with foil underneath in order to highlight the brilliance.

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