Early 19th Century Queen Caroline Sappire Heart Locket Ring

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Early 19th Century Queen Caroline Sappire Heart Locket Ring
Early 19th Century Queen Caroline Sappire Heart Locket Ring
Early 19th Century Queen Caroline Sappire Heart Locket Ring
Early 19th Century Queen Caroline Sappire Heart Locket Ring
Early 19th Century Queen Caroline Sappire Heart Locket Ring
Early 19th Century Queen Caroline Sappire Heart Locket Ring
Early 19th Century Queen Caroline Sappire Heart Locket Ring
Early 19th Century Queen Caroline Sappire Heart Locket Ring

This ring engraved with the date 1820 has a natural sapphire, in a pinched collet setting, which conceals a locket compartment in the shape of a subtle heart. On either side of the sapphire, connected by a
chain, is a key and a heart of gold. This “Key to my heart” is a wonderful example of this ring, I
know of only a couple of others. What makes this one so intriguing is the additional original
engraving. On the outside; “Caroline Queen of England 1820”. On the inside; “Franchise et
Discretion”. Famous for her alleged indiscretions, this ring surely has a great story.

 

Jersey, England in origin. Circa 1830

Size 6.5, cannot be sized.

 

Early 19th Century Queen Caroline Sappire Heart Locket Ring
Early 19th Century Queen Caroline Sappire Heart Locket Ring
Early 19th Century Queen Caroline Sappire Heart Locket Ring
Early 19th Century Queen Caroline Sappire Heart Locket Ring
Early 19th Century Queen Caroline Sappire Heart Locket Ring
Early 19th Century Queen Caroline Sappire Heart Locket Ring
Early 19th Century Queen Caroline Sappire Heart Locket Ring
Early 19th Century Queen Caroline Sappire Heart Locket Ring

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