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The diamond is 3.3 to 3.6 mm, difficult to measure in this setting.The color is a foil backed light brown and it has a tiny broken edge visible only under magnification.There are no other signs that it was ever anything else, though. The size is 8-3/4 and it is 1/2" along the finger at the front. There are scratches on the crystal, visible under magnification, but the braided hair can be easily seen through it. View View #V36262 GEORGIAN 14 karat gold hair ring on blue enamel with seed pearls and hair bows under glass, engraved "WC ob 5 Sept 1790 at 74", with original box, It is set above blue foil or blue enamel, even under magnification it is hard to tell which.View View View View View #V37534 GEORGIAN 9 karat yellow gold, seed pearl and hair mourning ring inscribed "En. Fabulous detail and design in this 220-year-old ring.
Hair and memorial rings were worn by both men and women.
The setting also has has three leaves in gold on each side of the center cabochon.
The ring is a size 9 and 3/4" along the finger, the cabochon is a very deep 1/3" with some scratching visible under magnification, some paint missing inside as can be seen in the photos.
The size is 7-3/4 and it is 1-1/4" along the finger. View View View View #V35889 VICTORIAN 1842 ring with diamonds in a flower shape set on blue enamel in 15 carat yellow gold, hallmarked for 1842 London and marked "WE" for William Eaton and the number "8", size 9-1/2 and 1/2" along the finger.
This is Georgian in style and is dated just 5 year after the Georgian reign.
This material for making cameos was invented by James Tassie late 18th century.