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Heritagem presents: This unique ring is from the early 19th century, circa 1830. It is from the Etruscan revival period. The Etruscans are known for their millegrain and filigree gold technics. This ring is fully made in 16kt yellow gold (tested) and it is adorned with a star sapphire. The star is revealed under incandescent light. The shoulders are set with cabochon cut ruby and pink quartz. There is a very small lack of gold under a prong however the ring is in very good antique condition for this period. According to the former owner the ring belonged to the famous French actress Suzanne Charpentier from the Thirties, also known as Annabella. This ring can be resized if needed (don't hesitate to enquire). All our items comes with either a gemmological report or a jewellery report with circa and all useful information.Add to cart
Heritagem presents: This beautiful brooch is set with an oval cut garnet. The precious stone is around 2.45ct. It is surrounded with emeralds and rose cut diamonds set on a refined mount. The rim is nicely engraved with flowery details. The brooch is from the Victorian era, circa 1880 and controlled with the French eagle’s head for 18kt gold. All our items comes with either a gemmological report or a jewellery report with circa and all useful information.Add to cart
Heritagem presents: This ravishing ring features four intertwined snakes. Two of them have their heads are adorned with a rose cut diamond, one has a sapphire and the last one has a ruby. The ring is made in 18k yellow and rose gold (tested). This adorable Double Snake ring is a real testimony design inspired by the Victorian period. Snakes may frighten a lot but they were a universally popular expression of an eternal love and were considered as a powerful symbol of wisdom and protection. This ring can be resized if needed (don't hesitate to enquire). All our items comes with either a gemmological report or a jewellery report with circa and all useful information.Read more
Heritagem presents: This long chain is from the late Victorian period, circa 1880. It is controlled with the French hallmark’s for 18k gold: the eagle and the rhinoceros’ heads. The chain is in very good condition. It measures 64 inches and could be worn in many ways. All our items comes with either a gemmological report or a jewellery report with circa and all useful information. OUXXAdd to cart
Heritagem: This fede ring shows two hands clasped together holding a heart. These symbols signified love and fidelity. It is likely that this ring was a love token, representing everlasting love, or perhaps a betrothal ring. Fede rings were made all over Europe in the Middle Ages. It is also called a gimmel ring where the three bands come together to form one. Fede comes from Italian and means “trust”; gimmel comes from Latin meaning twins. All our items come with either a gemmological report or a jewellery report with circa and all useful information.Read more
Heritagem presents : A ravishing black enamel diamond ring. It was perfectly handcrafted in 18kt yellow gold. The old mine cut diamond is set into an illusion setting. It weighs around 0.20ct . The enamel is in good condition. The shoulders of the ring were beautifully engravedThe ring weighs 3gr. The French control mark for 18kt gold featuring a horse's head, used in France between 1838 and 1911. It is a 49 / 5. The ring could be easily resized, feel free to ask we will be happy to do it for you (included into the price). This ring could be the perfect gift for the one you love, diamonds never deceived ;) All our items come with either a gemological report or a jewellery report with circa and all useful information.Add to cart
Heritagem presents : This outstanding ring is a real testimony of the early 19th century. We call this kind of ring a Fede ring or a Gimmel ring. Fede for faith, trust and fidelity and Gimmel for gemmelus : twins. This one is composed of 3 bands ring : 2 hands are concealing a heart. How ravishing is this ! According to the Lang Antique University, the first fede rings appeared during the Middle Age in France. They became very popular during the Renaissance all over Europe. They were given as a proof of fidelity, love and betrothal. We can see similar rings at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London and at the British Museum. These lovely rings are real treasures ! This one weighs 5,2gr and it measures24,12 (0,94) x 19,90 (0,78) x 8,11(0,31). It sizes 52 / 6. This ring was perfectly well handcrafted and it is in very good antique condition. It was made at the very beginning of the 19th century. It is marked 750 on one of the band for 18kt gold. All our items come with either a gemological report or a jewellery report with circa and all useful information.