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 Ref ACB2  Bracelet Ring

This high carat gold ring, circa 1850, is testament to the skill and ingenuity of the Victorian goldsmith. The ring consists of eight scalloped and engraved bands, terminating in an engraved bezel set with a natural untreated Burmese ruby of approximately 1.5 carats. It also transforms into a wearable bracelet.  The ring is size N [US 6 and 1/2] and the bands when folded are 1/2 an inch wide. The bracelet is 7 inches in length and the links are 3/4 of an inch wide. The ruby set bezel measures 1/2 an inch by 1/2 an inch. For similar, see Koch Collection, numbers 1649 and 1650. A rare 'toy' or amusement ring in immaculate condition and surpisingly comfortable on the finger.

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Similar bracelet ring in the Koch Collection









 

 




























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Memorial plaque for Byron erected by his half-sister Augusta in
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