Edwardian 5 Stone Ring | Size 7.5

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A beautiful Edwardian 9K gold five stone ring from 1901.

The hallmarks on this include: the maker's mark, J.L.; the gold content, .375 (9K); and the location of the maker, the sideways anchor indicates Birmingham England 

An exquisite example of Edwardian era design. This rings holds five graduating hand cut paste stones that are subtle variations of vibrant deep pink colors. The open design, raised setting, ensures that light pours in from all sides. Showing off the stones, creating a beautiful pink glow and glisten. 

  • Edwardian 
  • Size 7.5
  • 9K yellow gold
  • Paste stones
  • Most rings can be resized at an additional cost

Paste is glass that has been cut to look like a gem. This process dates back to France during the 18th century when a jeweler named Georges Frederic Stras began hand crafting fine-quality paste jewelry in 1724. The popularity of paste jewelry quickly rocketed, with the appeal being it's beauty and fractional cost compared to gemstone jewelry and remained popular all the way through to the Edwardian and Art Deco eras. 


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