Jewellery from the Georgian era (1714-c. 1837) has rarely survived into current times, with the finest examples being highly coveted by collectors worldwide. For the nobility and wealthy élite, evening social occasions became increasingly popular, which were made all the more enjoyable through the introduction of brighter burning candles. The result was a truly fascinating period for jewellery design, with yellow gold, silver, diamonds and enamel work all combining to produce some truly exceptional pieces. This ring showcases three vibrant purple oval cut garnets, which form a trio of colour as they spread elegantly across the finger. Historically, the three stones of a trilogy ring symbolise the couple's past, present and future. The purple tones of the central garnets are perfectly complemented by green emeralds and lustrous pearls, which would have sparkled magically in candlelight. Set into 9ct gold meticulous attention to detail can be seen in the shoulders and shank that features engraved acanthus motifs. A collectible and historical jewel the colours of the garnets, emeralds and pearls remind us of later early 20th-century Suffragette jewels.
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