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SOLD-Late Victorian Bloodstone Signet Ring 14k c. 1900

SOLD-Late Victorian Bloodstone Signet Ring 14k c. 1900

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Here's a classic antique signet ring, initially made for man but can now be worn by anyone, hailing from the late Victorian/early Edwardian era circa 1900.  A flat tabular bloodstone is set in 14k gold with a nice weight and flat look on the hand.  People often ask me what bloodstone is--bloodstone is a variety of chalcedony (onyx, chrysoprase, marble, jasper are also chalcedony) that is known for it's dark green background color and orange flecks of iron oxide, resembling blood.  We see this stone quite a bit in Victorian jewelry, then again in Deco all the way through the Mid-Century.  It's a gorgeous stone; dark, brooding and mysterious.

Currently size 10 and can be resized as needed.  One resizing provided, please allow one week.

Stamped "14" and tested for metal content.

Face of ring measures just a tad under 3/4" north to south.  

Weighs 9.6 grams.

In excellent antique condition.

All purchases from Bavier Brook arrive in an elegant box, fully wrapped in fine paper. Please inquire for international shipping. Don't hesitate to ask if you have any questions, we are happy to answer them! 



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