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Posted 1 year ago

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Agram.m
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"WOW!" may not be a very eloquent word but that is the first word I used when I saw this wonderful Georgian ring at an antique show last weekend. I am really happy with this beautiful blue enameled ring. Very old (about 1780 - 1800 's??) ring with silver shank, blue enamel and a great number of some old rose cut diamonds. Some diamonds are a little bit damaged but I think it's still a stunning ring. The upper diamond is set in silver all others around are set in rose gold. In my opinion it's indeed very old but that's only my feeling otherwise I can't realy know to date. Do you agree? And what is your idea of dating ??

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  1. Agram.m Agram.m, 1 year ago
    vetrai050 I love your quick reactions, thanks so much!
  2. Agram.m Agram.m, 1 year ago
    nldionne thanks for looking and loving
  3. Agram.m Agram.m, 1 year ago
    antiquarius123 thanks for looking and loving
  4. davyd286, 1 year ago
    A beautiful antique button mounted as a ring at a later date.
  5. ellieorange, 1 year ago
    great gems
  6. Agram.m Agram.m, 1 year ago
    davyd286, indeed you could be right! Thanks for this suggestion, always grateful for your comment.
  7. Agram.m Agram.m, 1 year ago
    Newtimes, as always thanks for your comment
  8. Agram.m Agram.m, 1 year ago
    mustangtony I'm grateful for your loving and interest
  9. Agram.m Agram.m, 1 year ago
    ellieorange thanks for your comment and compliment!
  10. Moonstonelover21 Moonstonelover21, 1 year ago
    davyd286, I agree! I see it now...and very accurate :)) Nice piece !!!
  11. Agram.m Agram.m, 1 year ago
    PhilDavidAlexanderMorris thanks for your repeated loving
  12. Agram.m Agram.m, 1 year ago
    Davyd286 although I thought your comment about this ring a real option your suggestion is not possible. To change this button in a ring is needing soldering and thus heat otherwise the enamel will be damaged. Only modern jewelry techniques a.o. with laser could this without damaging the enamel. So this must be a ring from origin.
  13. Agram.m Agram.m, 1 year ago
    Bradjdd thanks for your always lasting interest and loving
  14. davyd286, 1 year ago
    Agram, you may be right. However, when I look at photo #3, the bottom appears convex, therefore there will be air (or even some filler material, like plaster) between the bottom and the enameled top to provide sufficient insulation, so that the enamel does not get heated during soldering.
  15. Agram.m Agram.m, 1 year ago
    davyd286, yes looking to photo 3 you might get this idea about the convex. But the convex is part of the setting with diamonds and not the enamelled basic.
    The basic plate is almost flat As you maybe can see the new photo 4 the plate on which the button is set is almost flat. Because as you know metal is a very good conductor and that space is too small to contain a lot of air or other material that the would be able to stop conducting . If this ring was a modern one you would be right but in this case I still doubt.
  16. AmberRose AmberRose, 1 year ago
    Button conversion or not, I say WOW too!
  17. Agram.m Agram.m, 1 year ago
    AmberRose, we feel the same! You can still come over and try! Have a good weekend and thanks for sharing feelings and loving
  18. Agram.m Agram.m, 1 year ago
    Freiheit thank you for your interest and loving
  19. Agram.m Agram.m, 1 year ago
    torocat thanks for your faithfully loving and longlasting interest in my jewelry
  20. Agram.m Agram.m, 1 year ago
    Petey thanks for looking and loving
  21. Agram.m Agram.m, 1 year ago
    Yohanna thanks for your attention and loving
  22. Agram.m Agram.m, 1 year ago
    Mikko how could I? I forgot to thank you for your interest and loving as you did already many times!
  23. Agram.m Agram.m, 1 year ago
    valentino97, I forget to thanks you for loving, apologize!
  24. Agram.m Agram.m, 1 year ago
    Davyd286,
    I would like to come back to your assertion above that the ring was made of a button. I happen to (photo 4) encountered a typical Georgian ring with the caption: Back of ring showing typical Georgian closed back setting.
    This way of setting I'm not often, actually never till now came in my sight till I saw this and the tekst about it. Therefore I'm still convinced this is an original Georgian ring and not a ring made of a button. I still think it's nice just to let you know.
  25. Agram.m Agram.m, 1 year ago
    Davyd286 My ring has the same setting as the ring of photo 4.
  26. Agram.m Agram.m, 1 year ago
    DrFluffy thanks for your interest and loving for this ring
  27. Agram.m Agram.m, 1 year ago
    Bratjdd thanks for attention and loving
  28. Agram.m Agram.m, 11 months ago
    Yohanna thanks for your interest and loving
  29. Aimathena, 11 months ago
    Gorgeous
  30. Agram.m Agram.m, 11 months ago
    Amathena thanks so much for loving

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