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The Mendel Ring

Dating from the 1830's, this extremely rare and unique Georgian-era ring showcases a natural pearl placed amongst a bursting sterling silver halo of diamond accents, all resting atop a lustrous 10K rose gold band (approx. 0.24 total carat weight).

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Georgian Design Era

Jewelry from the Georgian era, between 1714 and 1837, has an opulent and regal flair. The Georgian era spanned more than a century, and for this reason its jewelry is as varied as it is sumptuous. An ornate and playful style known as Rococo was favored in the early part of the era, while Gothic and Neoclassical designs took precedence later on in the era.