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A pretty and unusual Edwardian 15ct gold chrysoprase carved cameo ring, dating from circa 1904. The cameo depicts the classic image of a Greeko-Roman goddess figure, possibly the Greek goddess Terpisichore often being depicted as 'delight in dancing'. The shank is ornate and unusually designed, being split and ridged with a beaded edge and reeded base. This really makes this antique ring unique. The hallmarks for Birmingham remain clear dating the ring to 1904. 


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RING SIZE - US 6¾ / UK N / EU 53⅜


MEASUREMENT – Diameter 18 mm
Head of the ring 20mm H x 14mm W 


MATERIALS – 15ct Gold/ Carved Chrysoprase


WEIGHT – 4g 


HALLMARK – Hallmarks for Birmingham, 1904.


CONDITION - Overall very good condition for the age of the ring. The shank is strong showing little wear. There are minor scratches as would be expected from a ring of this vintage. The stone is securely set and cameo remains unchipped. 

Edwardian 15ct Yellow Gold Chrysoprase Carved Cameo Ring, Circa 1904

  • Measures - 18mm across the ring
    Head of the ring 20mm H x 14mm W 

    Resizing available upon request, here.



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