ANTIQUE EDWARDIAN BLUE ZIRCON SPINEL RING 18CT CIRCA 1914
This beautiful Blue Zircon and Spinel ring is Edwardian, Circa 1914.
The ring boasts a 3.5ct Zircon in the centre, with beautiful white Spinels encrusted into both shoulders.
The white Spinels are fantastic, forever sparkling against the White Gold gallery.
The ring is set in 18ct Yellow Gold, gilded in 18ct White Gold.
Blue Zircons have an intense energy that is highly spiritual. They will help you to love yourself and others, and to recognise the spiritual aspects of yourself. It is also the hardest stone next to Diamond.
Spinel was often identified as corundum, the gemstones are often found in the mines. The gemstone is often used to attract money, wealth and prosperity.
There is a slight ding on the Blue Zircon but it isn’t noticeable to the naked eye.
This would make a lovely engagement ring, it sparkles beautifully in the light.
Steeped in history from it’s time, boasting fabulous craftsmanship.
It weighs 4.5 grams.
Measures K½ in the UK or 5¾ USA - Can be sized, we offer this service for free, it takes approximately one week.
The spread of the ring measures 33mm across x 11mm down.
The Zircon measures 9mm x 9mm
Excellent condition all round for it’s age.