Clogau Tudor Court Garnet Ring 3STDCRR


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Elegantly inspired by one of the most famous love stories to exist in Royal history, this silver ring mirrors the design of the Tudor rose, with the clever use of zircon and garnet. Also, the design on this exquisite ring is inspired by the detailed carvings that you can see on Anne Boleyn’s gateway at Hampton Court Palace. The garnet gemstone acts as the centrepiece which is then surrounded by striking zircon.  Crafted with rare Welsh gold.

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Brand: Clogau
Packaging: Official Clogau Packaging
Warranty: 24 Months

• Ring Shank thickness (mm): 1.3
• Ring Shank width (mm): 1.7
• Ring Motif height (mm): 3.9
• Ring Motif width (mm): 10
• Can this ring be resized? No
• Ring Weight (g): 2.01
• Primary Stones: Garnet
• Secondary Stones: White Zircon
• Further Information: Garnet x 4pcs (3x2mm) White Zircon x 20pcs (1mm)
• Hallmarked: 925
• Product Type: 925 & 9ct Ring

Please note the measurements displayed are taken from a size J ring.

Clogau Tudor Court Ring

This ring was designed to mirror the design of the Tudor rose and one of the most famous love stories in Royal history. It uses zircon and garnet to accomplish this elegant feat. The ring’s motif is inspired by the decorative carvings that may be found at the Hampton Court Palace, Anne Boleyn’s gateway. Anne Boleyn was the Queen of England from the years 1533-1536 and remained Henry VIII’s second wife for many years.   The ring is made from Welsh gold and consists of a garnet stone at its centre, surrounded by zircon.

This ring incorporates a very bold and authentic design that will definitely stand out so this would be ideal to wear to an important occasion. You could also match this Tudor ring with jewellery pieces from the same collection such as; the Tudor Court Garnet Pendant, Tudor Inner Charm Pendant, Tudor Garnet Earrings.

Welsh gold is one of the most precious and rarest metals in the world. Gold mining in Snowdonia used to cost almost £1000 per ounce until recently. As a result, Welsh gold is one of the most rare and precious metals in the world. Since Welsh gold is not being mined now, only a small portion of the gold mined is put into Welsh jewellery.