Rare Georgian-era "Rosary" Diamond Ring


Georgian rosary rings emerged during the 18th century, blending fashion with faith in a uniquely practical way. These rings served a dual purpose, acting as both stylish accessories and aids for prayer or meditation. They featured small beads or markers arranged in a circle around the band, allowing the wearer to keep track of prayers or repetitions. Crafted with intricate designs and often adorned with gemstones, Georgian rosary rings reflected the elegance and craftsmanship of the era. They were not only symbols of devotion but also expressions of personal style, making them cherished pieces of jewelry with a rich history.

Silver and 18kt gold.  Size 6 and not sizable.

Width measures 4.2mm.

Diamonds are I/L colors and SI/I1 clarities, GIA standards.

Please see qualitative report for additional information.

**Similar rings may be found in the book, "British Rings" by Charles Oman.

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