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This ring is truly one of a kind. A unique combination of a vintage 9ct gold ring band, a Georgian gold and red coral mourning brooch with an empty centre (it would have originally had hair of a loved one in there) circa 1820, and an ethically sourced green tourmaline baguette stone.


Add them together, and the sum is a stunning piece guaranteed to catch the eye.


Ancient Egyptians used coral pieces in tombs as protection against evil spirits in the afterworld, and has also been used in the early 20th century to help aid fertility. Commonly, coral is used as a symbol of modesty, wisdom, happiness and immortality.


Green Tourmaline inspires active compassion and urges us to dive into this physical world, connect with others and make beautiful things happen in real life.




Size S.25

Band width at back 6mm

Setting measures 13x17mm


Note: Box and props in photo are not included with the purchase, but it will, of course, arrive beautifully presented in luxury packaging!v me

Georgian Coral and tourmaline gold ring

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