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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This lovely little ring is fit for a Princess; maybe yours?
Handcrafted in about 1910 with a strong nod to the Art Nouveau style, this little ring is set with a glowing opal in all colors of the rainbow. The cabochon cut gem measures 6x4.4x2.1 mm and the face of the lovey ring measures 7 mm north to south, 5.7 mm across and sits 3.8 mm off the finger. This ring is a size 4.5 and weighs 1.2 grams, it is unmarked and has been carefully acid tested as 15 karat gold.
I don’t usually call a piece of jewelry French unless it has French hallmarks, but this fabulous Trefoil diamond ring that I found in Paris couldn’t get more French if it sang out ‘Ooh, la, la’!
Hand crafted around 1890, this lovely ring is set with three perfectly matched Old European cut diamonds of about .12 carats each for a total diamond weight of .36 carats. The sparkling diamonds make up the three leaves of the clover-like design and are set in a ring of 18 karat gold. It measures 9.7 mm from north to south, 8.2 mm across and sits 4.4 mm off the finger. This ring is not marked but has been carefully acid tested to verify the gold content, it weighs 2.3 grams and is a size 8.
This ring comes to you imbued with over 110 years of love. A wedding band of the most buttery soft 22 karat gold with a weight that gives it a subtly luxurious feel, like rich velvet. This ring measures 5.6 mm wide and 1.3 mm thick and is a size 6.5. It is fully hallmarked as having been hand crafted in Birmingham, England in 1907 and has a makers mark of ‘W.M’ and a ’22’ to indicate the gold content. This wonderful wedding band ring weighs 4.4 grams.
This French ring is so charming that you might want to call it ‘Charmante’! This seven stone ring is set with three cushion cut bright red rubies which weigh .2 carats total and four rose cut diamonds. The stones are set in platinum and the back and shank of the ring are done in 18 karat yellow gold. This hand crafted ring measures 5.8 mm north to south and 17 mm across, it sits 1.8 mm off the finger and narrows to 2 mm at the back of the band. Made around 1910, this ring has the French eagles head mark and a makers mark on the back of the band. A size 7 and weighs 1.7 grams.