Antique Irish Connemara Marble Gold Ring Shamrocks

Connemara is an Irish region that faces the Atlantic. Oscar Wilde deemed it a “savage beauty”. Connemara marble is one of the rarest forms of marble in the world and is only found in this specific area of Ireland. This stone dates to the Precambrian era. Lucky you, wearing it on your finger like it’s nothing.

This adorable ring was handcrafted in Ireland around 1900. At the center is a smooth green cabochon cut oval of Connemara marble stone set in 9 karat gold with shamrocks on its shoulders. This ring weighs 3.1 grams and is a size 6.5. The ring face measures 19.3 mm north to south, 16 mm across, and 6 mm off the finger. The band width narrows to 1.8 mm at the back. This antique ring bears the gold purity marks, “.375” and “9”, as well as Edinburgh import marks.

Do you have a little Irish in your soul? Then probably this ring was made just for you!

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Item ID: RG1018225V



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