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Jewelry of this era can be a bit heavier and more somber that later jewelry.
VICTORIAN memorial ring in gold with black enameling marked "SH Chamberlaine Ob 23AUG1866" around the outside and engraved inside, size 7-1/2. Another ring similar to this can be seen in "Jewels & Jewelry" by Clare Phillips on page 140-3 and in Becker's "Antique & Twentieth Century Jewelry" on page 54,.
Rings from the early 1800s that are not dated may also have features to help identify them.
View View View View View #V33339 VICTORIAN 10-14k Tassie cameo portrait of "Mad" King George II, (1738-1820), size 5 and 3/4" by 5/8" along the finger.View #V35959Jewelry catalogues came into vogue along with the mass production of jewelry.Looking at the illustrations and written descriptions is a definitive way to date pieces.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.