Antique jewelry for the modern world
early 20th century sapphire, pearl, and 8k gold poison ring
An antique poison ring made during the early 20th century from 8 karat rosy-yellow gold. Seen on its oval front are two stones, a pearl and sapphire, each measuring 2 mm round, set within chic engraving. It opens to reveal a teeny tiny compartment to hold anything of your choice. The center opening is set on an open detailed band complimenting the piece perfectly.
Traditionally known as poison rings, we love them to hide anything from a tiny picture to a teeny treasure. An unusual piece, you don't see antique rings like this often.
- Style Number: R4012
- Antique, circa early 20th century
- 8 karat rosy-yellow gold
- Pearl 2.15 mm approx.
- Sapphire 2 mm approx.
- Height of front face of ring 0.39, width of entire ring 0.79", depth of ring as it sits off finger 0.16"
- Band width tapers from 6.38 mm down to 2.13 mm
- Marked "333" with maker's mark
- Size 6.75, Fox & Bond can resize this ring up to a size 10 and down to a size 4
- Great antique condition- normal wear consistent with age and use
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