Antique Edwardian Demantoid Green Garnet Five Stone Ring – Kit Clayton Jewellery

Antique Demantoid Garnet Five Stone Ring


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A striking ring featuring featuring 5 fabulous graduated oval demantoid garnets, often referred to as 'green garnet'. The ring was made in 1911, at the end of the Edwardian period and not long before the outbreak of the First World War. Demantoid garnets exhibit a really bright lustre, so in the light they will really shine. They are brittle stones, and you will notice abraded facet edges on the stones if you look closely. This is entirely expected on demantoid garnets that have been worn for 110 years. Several of these garnets show 'horsetail inclusions', suggesting they came from the Ural Mountains in Russia. This is not only a collector's piece but it's also a beautiful example of antique jewellery.

More Information

  • Size: UK Q.5 / US 8.5 / EU 57.5
  • Age: 1911-1912
  • Material: 18ct Gold
  • Marks: Full Birmingham Hallmark
  • Maker's Mark: CCH
  • Weight: 3.74 grams
  • Principal Stone: Demantoid Garnet
  • Principal Cut: Oval Mixed Cut
  • Est Stone Weight: 1.20ct
  • Case: Recycled Kraft Jewellery Box

All carat weights, colour grades and clarity grades are our very best estimates. Metals are checked for authenticity, and any detectable stone treatments disclosed.

Kit Clayton Jewellery is a member of the National Association of Jewellers and insurance valuations for pieces priced £1000+ are available on request.