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Hennell of Bond Street Gold and Diamond Ring

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Hennell of Bond Street Gold and Diamond Ring

An evolution of the serpent ring, known today as a cross-over form, is set with full cut diamonds in the middle of small gold flowers. The ring is textured, engraved 18kt gold with graduated spiral lines. Comfortable to wear with your other rings, it handsomely stands on its own as well. Excellent Condition. It is possible to size. David Hennell was one of London's oldest silver smiths and jewelers. He originally made silver for nobility and the landed gentry. His son, Robert became a jeweler in the late 18th century. It was said he once bought and sold a fabulous black pearl once owned by Marie Antoinette. He went on to become one of the most important pearl dealers in London

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