SILVER, GOLD, RUBY AND DIAMOND RING The crowned heart centering a heart-shaped ruby measuring approximately 7.3 by 6.7 mm, framed by old mine-cut diamonds weighing approximately .35 carat, accented by round rubies, size 6; circa 1820.
Circa 1780, A ruby and diamond double heart cluster ring, with a pear-shaped ruby surrounded by diamonds, next to a pear-shaped diamond surrounded by rubies. A crown of diamonds sits above, and the stones are set in silver and gold — silver to complement the diamonds, gold to complement the rubies. Again, rings like this often symbolized love (the conjoining of two hearts), while the crown represented loyalty.
This genuine large Peridot heart ring is set in 9ct yellow gold The ring is all Victorian Circa 1880 The ring is steeped in Victorian history - this is not a reproduction.The central 5ct Peridot has a rich grassy olive green glow set with a sparkling Rose Cut Diamond at the top of the gallery which is set in Silver Peridot is a stone of lightness and beauty,Peridot was believed to be a stone of springtime by ancients who considered it a gift from Mother Nature.