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Georgian Enamel Diamond and Pearl Mourning Ring

Ref. CAX346
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A superb pearl, enamel and diamond oval mourning ring. the centre features a funerary monument composed of an ivory panel that is initialled 'ID', surmounted by a pearl, to a rose-cut diamond base, beneath a three-dimensional weeping willow set with rose-cut diamonds, on a blue enamel ground, covered by a glazed panel, to an outer border of cushion-shaped diamonds, the reverse features a glazed compartment containing hairwork, that is bordered by the dedicatory inscription 'Ja.s Duberly Esq died 4 July 1791 Aged 64', mounted in silver and gold. Circa 1791

Current Ring Size: Q 1/2 

The face of the ring measures 3.5 x 2.1cm

This is a truly remarkable piece, with impressive attention to detail

- Charlotte Sayers

Product Details

ERA: Georgian 1714-1837

MEASUREMENT: The face of the ring measures 3.5 x 2.1cm



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