Dating to circa 1840-50, this five-stone garnet ring wraps the finger in a low profile, low set easy to wear ring.
Five cushion cut natural, deep-hued pink purple garnets are placed in closed backed wells of gold, with foiling beneath. Wine reds and deep plum hues appear from the depths of the gemstones.
The garnets are decorated and held in place within scalloped and punctuated gold bezels and gold cannonballs embellish the under gallery.
In 15k yellow gold, the ring is likely English in origin and still retains in original shoulders and band or shank.