A Victorian demantoid garnet and diamond double heart ring, each heart set with a demantoid garnet to the centre of an old brilliant-cut diamond surround, with diamond-set ribbon bow surmount, the demantoid garnets estimated a total of 3.5 carats, the diamonds estimated a total of 1.1 carats, all set in silver to a yellow gold mount ring, circa 1880, the head measuring approximately 2.3 x 2.1cm, finger size M, gross weight 4.15 grams.
An enchanting Victorian double heart ring. Double heart rings such as this were popular symbol of romantic love in the late Victorian era. This wonderful example features two brilliant green demantoid garnets set in lively diamond frames that form the twin hearts. Demantoid garnets first discovered in the Ural mountains in the 1860s and quickly became a favourite novelty stone. Tying the hearts together is an elegant openwork bow, set throughout with further sparkling diamonds. This bright and dazzling piece would make a colourful and unique engagement ring or a perfect accessory to a smart floral dress.
A Victorian demantoid garnet and diamond double heart ring, each heart set with a demantoid garnet to the centre of an old brilliant-cut diamond surround, with diamond-set ribbon bow surmount, the demantoid garnets estimated a total of 3.5 carats, the ...
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