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The Oro Ring

$2,950

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This mesmerizing piece exudes Victorian-era charm, boasting a glimmering oval-shaped tsavorite garnet set between two opal cabochons in a classically styled 14K yellow gold setting, engraved with the initials "J.H.W.", adding an air of vintage romance (Garnet approx. 0.86 total carat weight).

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Ring Information

Style:
BRR51114
Design era:
Design era:
Victorian
Date:
1900's
Metal:
14K Yellow Gold

Gemstone Details

Gemstone total carat weight:
1.82
Center gemstone:
Garnet
Center gemstone shape:
Oval
Center gemstone details:
7x5mm oval-shaped natural tsavorite garnet, vivid slightly yellowish green color, moderately included clarity, approx. 0.86 ct. tw.
Additional gemstone details:
Two 7x5mm oval-shaped natural opal cabochons, whitish color, moderate play of color, approx. 0.96 ct. tw. Special care should be taken when wearing opal jewelry as opals are prone to fracture if roughly handled, exposed to sudden heat or temperature changes or treated with harsh cleansers.
Treatment:
Unheated
Note:
Since metal content and gemstones in existing pieces can be challenging to assess, product details, including evaluations of metal content, carat weight, treatment, age, authenticity and quality are based on best approximations by our GIA-certified gemologists.
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Victorian Design Era

Jewelry styles in the Victorian era mirrored the phases of Queen Victoria of England’s reign, which lasted between 1837 and 1901. Jewelry from the time at which Victoria and her husband were deeply in love expresses confidence, serenity, and romance, while jewelry became darker and more subdued upon his death. The Late Victorian period was characterized by a reawakening of joy and a return to whimsical, buoyant designs.

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