• Victorian 18kt Green Jasperware Ring
  • Victorian 18kt Green Jasperware Ring
  • Victorian 18kt Green Jasperware Ring
  • Victorian 18kt Green Jasperware Ring
  • Victorian 18kt Green Jasperware Ring
  • Victorian 18kt Green Jasperware Ring
  • Victorian 18kt Green Jasperware Ring

Victorian 18kt Green Jasperware Ring

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Jasperware is a type of pottery first developed by Josia Wedgwood in the 1770s. Usually described as stoneware, some authorities have described it as a type of porcelain. Wedgwood was a well-known and accomplished manufacturer of quality ceramics and considered ‘The Father of English Potters’. Jasperware is noted for its matte finish and is produced in a number of different colors including pale blue (known as Wedgwood Blue), dark blue, lilac, sage green, black and yellow.

A lovely Jasperware ring from the Victorian (ca1880) era! The piece, which is made of 18kt yellow gold portrays a signature Wedgwood look with the depiction of a virtuous woman in motion holding a garland of flowers. The oval-shaped background is a rich, deep teal green color and and the piece rests within in a wonderful rosy yellow gold prong setting. The gold band has a ornate ribbed design and the shank is stamped "18". It’s a beautiful ring that would make a wonderful addition to any collection.
 
Measurements: The ring has a finger size of 7.5 but could easily be re-sized. The Jasperware stone plaque measures approximately 5/8" tall and 3/8" wide.
 
Condition: The overall condition of the ring is excellent. Besides normal surface wear, there is no apparent damage to the Jasperware stone, which is intact, or to the gold mounting.