Medieval 15th-17th century gold gilt bronze & tourmaline ring. This wonderful ring is crafted from bronze, featuring white glass and genuine tourmaline gemstones, and a very attractive design. This ring is an archaeological dig find, it is very well preserved which makes the ring wearable with care. It has a lovely much of its original gold gilt , and dates from the late medieval-tudor era ring set with 6 beautiful pink tourmaline gemstones, whilst the centre stone is bezel set with a white sapphire glass gem. The bezel surrounding the centre stone has beautiful crimping detail. The ring was found with all of the side stones missing which have been replaced with genuine pink tourmaline gems. These rings are so special for any collector or for someone who would like to own a piece of early history.
Measurements: Face of Ring 19mm x 10mm
Stone size: Sapphire glass centre stone 9mm . Side stones 3mm each