View View View View #V25015 VICTORIAN 18 karat yellow gold "I Cling to Thee" ring with a cross motif in diamonds, hallmarked Chester England 1884 and maker marked "BHJ", weighs about .13ozs.
Circa 1800-1820, the the two larger diamonds are set in pinched collet rims.
View View #V34571 GEORGIAN or VICTORIAN high domed rock crystal cabochon ring with reverse carved and painted robin bird on a branch with oak leaves.
The diamond is 3.3 to 3.6 mm, difficult to measure in this setting.
The color is a foil backed light brown and it has a tiny broken edge visible only under magnification.
The size is 7-3/4 and it is 1-1/4" along the finger. View View View View #V35889 VICTORIAN 1842 ring with diamonds in a flower shape set on blue enamel in 15 carat yellow gold, hallmarked for 1842 London and marked "WE" for William Eaton and the number "8", size 9-1/2 and 1/2" along the finger.
This is Georgian in style and is dated just 5 year after the Georgian reign.Hair jewelry was still popular and could be fashioned as a home craft or ordered from catalogues.Taille d'epargne enamel work became very popular, as did mosaic and Mizpah rings.It is always fun when a ring is inscribed with a date, taking the guess work out of circa dating.Although jewelry is sometimes seen with a much later inscription, that is not the norm.View View View View #V34580 GEORGIAN 10 karat gold and foil backed rose cut diamonds by-pass ring with two rose cut diamonds, one 4.2 x 4.8 mm, one 4.1 x 4.9 mm, and six 2.1 to 2.4 mm diamonds; clarity S1 to I-1, color foil backed with slight tint, total weight 2.241 grams.