Late Georgian Garnet Chrysoberyl Pansy Flower RingLate Georgian Garnet Chrysoberyl Pansy Flower RingLate Georgian Garnet Chrysoberyl Pansy Flower RingLate Georgian Garnet Chrysoberyl Pansy Flower RingLate Georgian Garnet Chrysoberyl Pansy Flower RingLate Georgian Garnet Chrysoberyl Pansy Flower RingLate Georgian Garnet Chrysoberyl Pansy Flower RingLate Georgian Garnet Chrysoberyl Pansy Flower RingLate Georgian Garnet Chrysoberyl Pansy Flower RingLate Georgian Garnet Chrysoberyl Pansy Flower Ring
Late Georgian Garnet Chrysoberyl Pansy Flower Ring
Late Georgian Garnet Chrysoberyl Pansy Flower Ring
Late Georgian Garnet Chrysoberyl Pansy Flower Ring
Late Georgian Garnet Chrysoberyl Pansy Flower Ring
Late Georgian Garnet Chrysoberyl Pansy Flower Ring
Late Georgian Garnet Chrysoberyl Pansy Flower Ring
Late Georgian Garnet Chrysoberyl Pansy Flower Ring
Late Georgian Garnet Chrysoberyl Pansy Flower Ring
Late Georgian Garnet Chrysoberyl Pansy Flower Ring

Take the path less traveled with a chrysoberyl and almandine garnet pansy flower ring.

Popular from the 18th through the early to mid-19th century, chrysoberyl was often referred to as chrysolite during the Victorian and Edwardian eras.

Such a refractive and glittering stone with its usual pale chartreuse colors isn't one you see often.

Three chrysoberyl gems and three almandine, pink-purple garnets represent the petals of a pansy flower. The garnets are so unique in color, they could almost be mistaken for amethyts.

In the language of symbolism, pansies meant "thinking of you". Pensez, the French verb "to think", sounds quite similar to the English word pansy. Thus, tokens of love, affection, and friendship in Georgian and Victorian England often used the pansy as a sentimental gesture.

In a setting of 18k gold, the center is a small old-cut diamond.

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Late Georgian Garnet Chrysoberyl Pansy Flower Ring

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Date: Circa 1845.

Measurements: Less than 1/2 of an inch north to south and 3/16 of an inch high. Weight of 2.9 grams.

Condition: Excellent.

Origin: Most likely English.

Story

Take the path less traveled with a chrysoberyl and almandine garnet pansy flower ring.

Popular from the 18th through the early to mid-19th century, chrysoberyl was often referred to as chrysolite during the Victorian and Edwardian eras.

Such a refractive and glittering stone with its usual pale chartreuse colors isn't one you see often.

Three chrysoberyl gems and three almandine, pink-purple garnets represent the petals of a pansy flower. The garnets are so unique in color, they could almost be mistaken for amethyts.

In the language of symbolism, pansies meant "thinking of you". Pensez, the French verb "to think", sounds quite similar to the English word pansy. Thus, tokens of love, affection, and friendship in Georgian and Victorian England often used the pansy as a sentimental gesture.

In a setting of 18k gold, the center is a small old-cut diamond.

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