Abigails Victorian Ring
Circa 1860
Ms. Finch was alternating her time between Holland Park London and the Cote d'aZur in the South of France.  Although she had stopped working by the mid 1960’s she still liked to browse through antique jewelry markets and auctions - just in case. 
Ms. Finch discovered the original of this delicate ring at an auction in Portobello Street Market in London, England.  This is an exact replica of that delicate little ring which turned out to be an antique Victorian engagement ring.

Everyone who sees this little beauty loves it; so much so that over the years Abigail commissioned 16 copies to be made in the Abigail Finch workshop for friends, family and acquaintances.  After its purchase she wore the ring on her right hand even up to her death in 1982.  The original and this replica sit in the Product Confidential safe and are the only two known to still be in existence.

The ring is 18ct yellow gold with nearly 1ct of VS1 illusion set, round brilliant cut diamonds.

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