Turquoise is one of the oldest and most beloved stones in man's history. Long treasured by kings, shamans and warriors, the turquoise stone was thought to bring protection and good fortune.
This eye-catching navette shaped ring features a pave of graduated turquoise cabochons framing a row of graduated half pearls. A late Victorian ring (circa 1890-1900), the piece is unmarked, but acid tests for 14k gold.
The navette measures .95 inch from top to bottom by 0.35 inches wide, and the overall condition is good with a slight bit of loss to the nacre on the center pearl.
The ring is currently a size 3.5, but it can be re-sized free of charge.
Materials: Turquoise, Gold.