Colombian Emerald 18th Century Ring Colombian Emerald 18th Century Ring Colombian Emerald 18th Century Ring Colombian Emerald 18th Century Ring Colombian Emerald 18th Century Ring Colombian Emerald 18th Century Ring Colombian Emerald 18th Century Ring Colombian Emerald 18th Century Ring Colombian Emerald 18th Century Ring
Colombian Emerald 18th Century Ring
Colombian Emerald 18th Century Ring
Colombian Emerald 18th Century Ring
Colombian Emerald 18th Century Ring
Colombian Emerald 18th Century Ring
Colombian Emerald 18th Century Ring
Colombian Emerald 18th Century Ring
Colombian Emerald 18th Century Ring
Colombian Emerald 18th Century Ring

Story

Which is your favorite...the powerful gold design work, or that tempting Colombian emerald?

If you thought both, then who could blame you? Iberian in origin, likely Spanish, the cushion shaped dome snugly holds the fine emerald in a rub over bezel.

All around raised elements decorate the top with evocative and distinctive designs. Around the perimeter a serrated border defines the edge.

These specific designs are only found during this era and from the Iberian region. So distinctive, they conjure up images of Spanish treasure recovered from sunken ships.

In 18k yellow gold, the setting is slightly puffed on top, with the reverse hand engraved with a six-petaled flower.

The shank or band moves from tripartite elements at the connection to the top, and merges with swirled, wavy designs all around.

Details:

Colombian emerald measures 6.3 x 7.5 mm
This is the visible portion only and the edges rests under the gold rub over bezel

An accurate weight is determined by measuring the depth which is limited by the closed backed setting.

Visually this has the length and width of a 1.5 carat emerald.

Emerald has minor oiling.

Colombian Emerald 18th Century Ring Colombian Emerald 18th Century Ring Colombian Emerald 18th Century Ring Colombian Emerald 18th Century Ring Colombian Emerald 18th Century Ring Colombian Emerald 18th Century Ring Colombian Emerald 18th Century Ring Colombian Emerald 18th Century Ring Colombian Emerald 18th Century Ring
Item 21671

Colombian Emerald 18th Century Ring

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Date: Circa 1750.

Measurements: This ring can be sized within limits. Contact us for more information. Length north south of 5/8 inches and width east west of 11/16 inches and under 1/4 inch high. Weight of 4.7 grams.

Condition: Excellent, some light wear to the reverse engraving, two dimples to the reverse.

Origin: Spanish or Portuguese.

Story

Which is your favorite...the powerful gold design work, or that tempting Colombian emerald?

If you thought both, then who could blame you? Iberian in origin, likely Spanish, the cushion shaped dome snugly holds the fine emerald in a rub over bezel.

All around raised elements decorate the top with evocative and distinctive designs. Around the perimeter a serrated border defines the edge.

These specific designs are only found during this era and from the Iberian region. So distinctive, they conjure up images of Spanish treasure recovered from sunken ships.

In 18k yellow gold, the setting is slightly puffed on top, with the reverse hand engraved with a six-petaled flower.

The shank or band moves from tripartite elements at the connection to the top, and merges with swirled, wavy designs all around.

Details:

Colombian emerald measures 6.3 x 7.5 mm
This is the visible portion only and the edges rests under the gold rub over bezel

An accurate weight is determined by measuring the depth which is limited by the closed backed setting.

Visually this has the length and width of a 1.5 carat emerald.

Emerald has minor oiling.